ONet Dictionary of Occupational Titles by J. Michael Farr
Based on Information Obtained from the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Census Bureau, and Other Reliable Sources

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The only print version of the government's database designed to replace the 60+ year old "Dictionary of Occupational Titles" as "the" standard for industrial classification. Compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it contains the most accurate and up-to-date information on virtually every occupation in the workplace.
 

About J. Michael Farr

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J. Michael Farr is one of America's most knowledgeable authors on the subject of job search and career planning. He helped found the self-directed career planning and job search movement, and he continues to teach thousands through his books, assessments and yearly workshops. He has been teaching innovative, self-directed job-search techniques-proven to reduce the time it takes to find a job and help people take control of their careers and lives for more than 20 years. J. Michael Farr's techniques have been adopted by job-search and career-placement programs throughout North America. He has trained more than 6,000 instructors and trainers in numerous workshops and presentations across the U.S. and Canada. Laurence Shatkin has extensive experience designing, prototyping, & developing software applications that help people of all ages make decisions about careers & educational plans. From 1979 to 1999, he worked at the Educationsl Testing Service on the development of SIGI PLUS, the first career guidance system targeted towards adults. Shatkin has been a lecturer at several colleges, & his is currently a consultant with Verbal Media LLC of Titusville, NJ.
 
Published March 1, 1998 by Jist Works. 625 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Business & Economics. Non-fiction