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Since its inception during the great depression the dictionary of occupational titles has been relied on for the description of jobs and workforce development however as global competition and technological change has created a new world of work the department of labor realized that a more flexible and precise system for chronicling work related information was neededrequest pdf on researchgate | an occupational information system for the 21st century the development of onet | this book describes a 2 yr effort to develop a comprehensive occupational get this from a library an occupational information system for the 21st century the development of onet norman g peterson american psychological association this book describes a 2 yr effort to develop a comprehensive occupational information system suitable for many purposes that would primarily reside in electronic media the product of this effort an occupational information system for the 21st century the development of o net book pdf keywords free downloadan occupational information system for the 21st century the development of o net book pdfe pub pdf book free download book books s manual created datethe content model is the basic building block of the onet system and refers to the prescribed set of variables used to describe occupations see figure 1 1each of these variablesa particular aptitude skill or education requirementis referred to as a descriptorall uses of onet rely on descriptions of occupations using the descriptors specified by the content model

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