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O*NET 5.0

The Department of Labor's Occupational Information Network (O*NET) Database has undergone a number of revisions since it s introduction in October of 1998.  For a history of the database updates, visit the O*NET Center's production database page .   
 
 
More information about Version 5.0:
  • Released: April 2003
  • Updates: First update from Data Collection Program with a comprehensive update of 54 occupations
  • Structure Changes:  
    • Scales Reference Table: Scale ID variable changed from CHAR(2) to VARCHAR2(3)
    • Ability, Interest, Knowledge, Skills, Work Activity, Work Context, Work Values Tables: Data and Source variables added; Scale ID variable changed from CHAR(2) to VARCHAR2(3), Data Value variable changed from NUMBER(9,6) to NUMBER(5,2)

 

The NCSC has developed two versions of the O*NET 5.0 database:

 
    Core Tables
 
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Send your general questions about the O*NET classification, including database variables and on-line viewer to the National Center for O*NET Development .
 
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NCSC News

O*NET Database Updated:  The National O*NET Center has released version 21.0 of the O*NET Database.  This update includes comprehensive updates for 116 occupations and identification of additional "hot technologies."  See our O*NET Directory page for a link to this latest release.

NCSC Annual Report:  The National Crosswalk Service Center has released their annual activity report for the year ending June 30, 2015.

ZIP Code Business Profiles Updated:  The NCSC has updated the ZIP Code Business Files, one of the ARC's nonstandard tables.

O*NET Database Updated: The National O*NET Center has released version 20.3 of the O*NET Database.  This update includes additional content for the alternate titles, tools and technology, and reported titles tables.  See our O*NET Directory page for a link to the latest version. 

Industry-Occupation Links Updated:  The NCSC has updated resources that link occupations to industries in which they are employed.  The source information is from the BLS employment projections and Occupational Employment Statistics programs.  Links can be found on our Crosswalks page.