Dictionary of Occupational Titlesby U. S. Dept of Labor, United States Dept of Labor, Career Press, United States Department of Labor
Since 1939, this book has been the recognized source for standardized occupational information. It provides/i>
Whether you're a professional career counselor, a student in search of your first job, or a human resources manager trying to staff a corporation, the Dictionary of Occupational Titles is the authoritative guide you need to analyze any job.
Since 1939, this book has been the recognized source for standardized occupational information. It provides descriptions of thousands of jobs, including the following vital information:
- Tasks performed
- Skills required
- Job locations
- Related careers
- Working conditions
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