By J. Michael Farr, Laurence Shatkin
The one print model of the government's database designed to exchange the 60+ yr previous ''Dictionary of Occupational Titles'' as ''the'' common for business type. Compiled by means of the Bureau of work information, it includes the main exact and up to date info on nearly each career within the office.
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Other Job Characteristics This section of the job description provides other information you may find helpful. There are 5 job characteristics presented below. For each job, we included those whose score exceeded the average for all jobs by the greatest amount. We included as many as 5 such characteristics for each job, and we ranked them by the extent to which their rating exceeds the average. Here are brief definitions for these characteristics. The 5 Other Job Characteristics Consequence of Error.
Job Zone 3. Medium preparation needed. Previous workrelated skill, knowledge, or experience is required for these occupations. For example, an electrician must have completed 3 or 4 years of apprenticeship or several years of vocational training and often must have passed a licensing exam to perform the job. Job Zone 4. Considerable preparation needed. A minimum of 2 to 4 years of work-related skill, knowledge, or experience is needed for these occupations. For example, an accountant must complete 4 years of college and work for several years in accounting to be considered qualified.
Quick tip on how to use this information: This measure is very similar to the one used for experience and can be used in a similar way to consider jobs that interest you. Knowledge Our job descriptions include information from the O*NET on the knowledge required to successfully perform in the occupation described. The knowledge may have been obtained from formal or informal sources, including high school or college courses or majors, training programs, selfemployment, military, paid or volunteer work experience, and other life experiences.
O*NET Dictionary of Occupational Titles: The Definitive Printed Reference of Occupational Information by J. Michael Farr, Laurence Shatkin