Matthew Gates 4m 556 https://notetoservices.com
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ONET Online Career Insights
The ONET OnLine Career Analysis Tool is a database tool that has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more! It analyzes thousands of jobs with complete descriptions on how much education you may need for the job, what the job entails including skills, knowledge, technology, abilities, work activities, work context, and more. ONET OnLine was introduced to me in college and remains a tool of constant reference for many current job trends and predictions about the demand for future jobs. It is a great tool to use if you are just graduating college, looking to establish a career, or trying to figure out what you should be studying in order to obtain such a job or career.
The influence of ONET OnLine was so great to me that I had covered it many years ago in a confession I wrote in which I wrote an analysis on the entire website, ONET OnLine Analysis. The confession was very detailed in explaining what ONET OnLine does, why it exists, and the many coverings about the skills, abilities, and knowledge of jobs and their requirements. A link to this confession will be available before the content in every ONET article. ONET OnLine is likely to be one of the factors that played a role in the creation of Confessions of the Professions. ONET OnLine has a lot of very useful information about jobs, careers, and the workplace including the education, skills, and abilities required to obtain your perfect job. For 2020 and beyond, we will be begin publishing a lot of information from ONET OnLine sources, paritculary the Job Summary reports, which describe everything you will need to know if you are interested in the job.
While we cannot list every single job on this specific article, we do plan to cover just about every job you could ever find on planet Earth. These articles will be denoted as “ONET Insights” with full credit to the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration and will be published as a separate confession each day. With over 900 jobs, we do have our work cut out for us, but this has been a desire project of ours that we have been wanting to tackle for many years. The “ONET Insights” will contain the same information that can be found on ONET OnLine so we do not claim any copyright of the material and are only re-publishing information as a way to give ONET OnLine the recognition it deserves. Starting tomorrow, we will publish our first article report.
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