DOT SEARCH WITH DESCRIPTION
SJIS (Super Job Information Search) You can now search by title or partial title
in the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) or by Standard
Occupational Codes (SOC) titles. You can view any characteristic
or data contained in multiple data sources including: DOT, O*Net,
Occupational Outlook Handbook, Wage & Salary data for your State and
major cities and much, much more.
If you would like to see what it
looks like, click here:
Free Search Sample
Best of all, it's free.
CLICK HERE: Dictionary of
Occupational Titles Search menu
****The search below has been discontinued because SJIS is so much
You may use the % sign as a wildcard.
the DOT Number field, to Search by Category, Division or Group (1st 2nd and
3rd digits of the DOT respectively) enter the first digit or digits followed
by a % sign.
For example: If you wanted to find Machine Trades (First Digit
6) you would enter 6%
If you wanted to find Machine Trades Printing Occupations, you would
If you wanted to find Machine Trades printing Machine Occupations 652, you
would enter 652%
In the DOT Title field you can enter the exact DOT Title to find the
occupation you want. However, you may not know the title. You can use
the % sign to help you.
For example: To search for all "CLERK" related occupations,
you would enter:
%CLERK% (If you wanted to find only those occupations that begin with
the word CLERK, you could enter CLERK%
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