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O*NET 98

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 O*NET 98:
 
  • Released: October 1990
The NCSC has developed a version of the O*NET 98 database for use with Visual FoxPro:
 
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