DOT with O*NET 98 Data & Viewer on CD-ROM
Note: O*NET is
not compatible with Windows 7 or Vista
. If you use Windows 7 or Vista, you may want to
download the DOT here
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Standard Industrial Classifications (SIC) for Windows
O*NET, the Occupational Information Network, is a comprehensive database of worker attributes and job characteristics. As the replacement for the
Dictionary of Occupational Titles
(DOT), O*NET will be the nation's primary source of occupational information.
It embodies a view that reflects the character of occupations (via job-oriented descriptors) and people (via worker-oriented descriptors). The Content Model also allows occupational information to be applied across jobs, sectors,or industries (cross-occupational descriptors) and within occupations (occupational-specific descriptors).
The O*NET 98 Viewer is a software product that allows access to the O*NET database and provides an interface for technical users. The database has been developed in .db file format using Borland's Paradox database software. The O*NET 98 database includes comprehensive information about occupations in the U. S. economy.
This CD-ROM also contains the entire
Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) for Windows
, currently in wider use than O*Net.
This product requires Windows Me, 95, 98, 2000, NT or XP, with 25MB of available free disk space and a CD-ROM drive.
Single User CD-ROM
for delivery to any location worldwide.
Multiple User Licenses:
$39 per user for 2nd - 5th users. $19 for each user over 5. Low priced site licensing available for large installations.
Who buys our software?
Most of our customers buy our products on the recommendation of colleagues and friends.
Our customers are located in every state and on every continent. They are
Corporations, including well known multinationals like Walt Disney, Boeing, Microsoft, Schering-Plough, NCR, Deutsche Bank, 3M, AT&T, Bell Atlantic, MCI, Citibank, IBM, Chevron, Sun Microsystems, Deere & Co, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, Hearst Corporation, American Express, Cirque du Soleil, Mita, Texaco, Olin Corp., Deloitte & Touche Tomahtsu, Alcatel Alsthom, Raytheon, Capital One, Oracle Corp., Nestlé, Toyota, Reuters, Sharp Electronics, Lucent Technologies, Dan & Bradstreet, CIT Group, Accenture (Andersen Consulting), KPMG, Bausch & Lomb, GTE, Bahrain Petroleum Co., Learjet Inc., TWA, United Parcel Service and the American Stock Exchange.
Foreign governments, their embassies and the United Nations Organization.
The U.S. government and its agencies, including the U.S. House of Representatives, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, The Department of State, The National Science Foundation, NASA, Food and Drug Administration, National Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health, Federal Bureau of Prisons and the Department of Defense, including a U.S. ship at sea.
State governments, state and local government agencies
Hundreds of Universities and other educational institutions in the United States and overseas and their research institutes such as MIT Media Lab.
Thousands of law firms around the world
Hospital and other health care organizations
Charitable and non-profit organizations, such as Catholic Charities, CARE International, Hadassah and the American Automobile Association (AAA).
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