The Skills Translator
O*NET, the Occupational Information Network, is a comprehensive database of occupational skills, knowledge, and other occupational characteristics—including those that veterans bring to the workforce. O*NET can help you align military educational and job training curricula with current civilian workplace needs. Use the Crosswalk Search to find O*NET occupations that match "Military Occupational Classifications."
The Dictionary of Occupational Titles, Standard Occupational Classification and Apprenticeship may also be used to find O*NET occupations. View summary reports for equivalent civilian occupations and learn typical wage and employment trends.
O*NET OnLine also enables you to search for occupations by keyword, skills, or O*NET-SOC codes and job families. Or view a complete list of occupations. Comprehensive information on job accommodations that may involve a change in the work environment, the way a specific job is performed, or the use of special equipment is also available on O*NET OnLine.
The O*NET database and O*NET OnLine were developed for the U.S. Department of Labor by the National O*NET Consortium.