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Lookup any occupation title from the Dictionary of Occupational Titles
(Fourth Edition 1991, amended 1998)

Who Uses







Rehabilitation & Disability Management
  • Rehabilitation Counselors, Case Managers & Service Providers
  • Medical Case Managers & Rehab. Nurses doing Job Analysis
  • Worker's Compensation Specialists
  • Attorneys (Worker's Compensation, Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Product Liability, SSI/SSDI)
  • Vocational Experts - SSA and Forensic
  • Long Term Disability Claims Managers/Specialists
  • Job Analysts
  • Social Security Disability Specialists and Representatives
  • Vocational Evaluators
  • Rehabilitation Engineers
  • Human Resources Personnel
  • Psychologists and Mental Health Personnel
Career & School-To-Work Transition Planning
  • Vocational / Career Counselors
  • One-Stop Career Centers
  • School Career Labs
  • Libraries
  • School-To-Work Counselors
  • Military-Civilian Transition Specialists
  • Employment & Training Professionals
  • Outplacement Specialists
  • Displaced / Dislocated Worker Programs
  • Job Placement Specialists
  • Resume Writers
  • Corrections / Work Release Counselors
  • Clients / Students / Program Participants / Job Seekers
  • Career Planning for Special Education Students

To help job seekers & students take charge of their career planning and growth, a series of comprehensive, yet easy-to-use products and features help youth and the young-at-heart transition from school-to-work. The extensive help file within JOB BROWSER Pro shows you how to use this software to address important issues like:

  • Career Exploration by Interest - GOE & Holland [R-I-A-S-E-C]
  • Career Exploration by Job Title (Military and/or Civilian)
  • Education - What could I do if I got training or education in ... ?
  • Individual Education Plan - IEP Development
  • Top Jobs - The Fastest Growing Occupations, by Educational Level Expected and Wages
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
  • New, Emerging Occupations
  • Labor Market Information - U.S. National, Statewide, Metropolitan/Micropolitan Area (MSA) and Non-MSA Regions
  • Skills & Competencies - Needed by employers for occupations
  • Resume Tips
  • What About Occupations for Students with Disabilities ... ?
  • Searching by Other Occupational Classification Methods

JOB BROWSER Procan be used in many ways by both clients and disability management professionals. Each of the topics below is addressed in depth in an extensive JOB BROWSER Pro help file.

  • Finding Occupational Infomation by Job Title (Military and/or Civilian)
  • Advanced Searches for Vocational Professionals
  • What if I can't lift over 20 pounds (or would prefer not to!)?
  • Transferable Skills Issues
  • Job Analysis
  • Job Descriptions
  • Education - What occupations can be done with training or education in ... ?
  • Ideas for On-The-Job Training (OJT) in an Industry
  • Development of an OJT Training Plan
  • Occupational Information by Interest - GOE and Holland [R-I-A-S-E-C]
  • Long Term Job Outlook and Earnings Information
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
  • Top Jobs - The Fastest Growing Occupations, by Educational Level Expected
  • New, Emerging Occupations
  • What are all the DOT occupations in a particular OES, CENSUS, or other code?
  • Estimate DOT Employment Numbers
  • Full-Time / Part-Time / Self-Employment Percentage
  • Why is JOB BROWSER Pro Better Than Books?
  • Resume Writing Tips
  • Individualized, Localized Reports
  • Suggestions for ADA Compliance
  • Job Analysis - An Opportunity
  • Job Analysis Format
  • Suggested Techniques
  • Essential Functions - Guidelines
  • Job Analysis Data Sources
  • Word Processing & Job Analysis
  • Reliability, Validity and Data Sources for Defensibility
One Stop Career Exploration and Transition Planning
  • To help job seekers and career transition professionals take charge of career planning and advancement, the extensive help file in JOB BROWSER Pro shows ways for job seekers and career explorers how to quickly find answers for important career topics like:
  • Career Information by Interest - GOE and Holland [R-I-A-S-E-C]
  • Career Information by Job Title (Military and/or Civilian)
  • Long Term Job Outlook and Earnings Information
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
  • Top Jobs - The Fastest Growing Occupations, by Educational Level Needed
  • New, Emerging Occupations
  • Education - What can I do with my training or education in ....
  • Career Ladders - Ideas for Career Advancement Within an Industry
  • Resume Writing Tips
  • Advanced Searches by Career Professionals
  • What if I can't lift over 20 pounds? (or would prefer not to!)
  • Individualized, Localized Reports
Job Analysis for ADA Compliance

The Job Analysis Format distributed with JOB BROWSER Pro is designed to help prepare job analysts, rehabilitation, and human resources personnel for on-site job analysis. The multi-page format can be created as a worksheet to facilitate the collection, validation, and quantification of essential job functions and tasks. The Job Analysis Format is meant to help develop actual position descriptions which comply with the employment mandate of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The Job Analysis Format has been extensively used by rehabilitation professionals since 1992.

Specific sections can be chosen for display/print such as basic description, physical demands, and environmental conditions. Build your own format for Physician review/signoff.

Resume Preparation

Included within the JOB BROWSER Pro help file is a dedicated button for resume tips. It can be printed "on demand" by the user (counselor or job seeker). A 3 page, multi-step process gives practical suggestions for using JOB BROWSER Pro to prepare a strong, skills-oriented resume. Steps include:

STEP 1 - Create a Personal Skills Worksheet based on a specific job goal.

STEP 2 - Study the Skills Worksheet to identify your personal best selling points.

STEP 3 - Write Down Brief Examples of how your key skills helped other employers, co-workers, and/or customers and show how they could help a new employer.

STEP 4 - Choose Your Words Carefully for maximum impact.

STEP 5 - Clearly State Your Employment Objective.

STEP 6 - Build Your Resume to briefly emphasize your best skills.

STEP 7 - Target Your Job Search.

STEP 8 - Work Your Personal Labor Market.

STEP 9 - Interviewing Tips. 

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