The Tools and Technology (T2) data created by O*NET provides information on the types of machines, equipment, tools, and software that workers may use to perform effectively in their workplace. These lists should not be considered entirely exhaustive but representative of what an employee may use. The emphasis is on state-of-the-art technology and practices that are new.

Career Voyages specifically highlights for each industry the tools and technology of an occupation typically requiring just a high school diploma, an occupation requiring some postsecondary education and training, and an occupation requiring either a bachelor's degree or higher.

The occupations and Tools and Technology highlighted below are merely representative of the kind of information you will find in the Occupation Table for homeland security.

Sample Occupations

For more information on Tools and Technology or to download the complete set of data files see the National O*NET Consortium.

Education and Training in Homeland Security

Apprenticeship Certifications Community Colleges 4-year Colleges Other Options
Industry Overview In-Demand Occupations

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