After multiple years of development and extensive review of the way we link NAICS industries to each DOT occupation, we are pleased to announce immediate availability of Job Browser Pro Web!! JBP Web version includes all the worker trait features of OccuBrowseWeb!
Features in job browser pro Web
- All of the features of OccuBrowse Web, including the full DOT, descriptions, alternate titles, all worker characteristics, and cross-references to some popular code systems (SOC/O*NET/Census, GOE, OGA, Industry, Work Fields and MPSMS)
- Searches by Keyword(s) in job titles/descriptions, searches by SOC, O*NET, Work Field, MPSMS, OGA, GOE, DOT Industry, Census, Career Pathways, CIP, and translation of Military experience to Civilian DOT
- RIASEC Search - Enter a 1-, 2- or 3-character RIASEC code to see O*NET Groups and their DOT occupations within a preferred or planned (post-training) SVP range. Use with popular interest inventories!
- Worker Trait Search, allowing selective use of any/all standard DOT worker characteristics to quicklyl identify occupations not exceeding real or hypothetical conditions (Example: Prepare a list of unskilled, sedentary/light occupations with only occasional fingering.)
- NEW !!! DOT Estimate report prepared from a Worker Trait Search. Create a DOT-based hypothetical. Search for DOT occupations. See the SkillTRAN DOT Estimate for all occupations on the list, sorted from highest to lowest employment!
Watch Video to see how it works! (7 Minutes) See Sample Report
- Create a list of occupations meeting a common hypothetical, with OES Group employment AND SkillTRAN's industry context DOT Estimate!
- SkillTRAN's industry context method for the DOT Estimate now has more than 117,000 links between DOT codes and NAICS 2017 Industries (nearly 3x more than Job Browser Pro PC version 1.6.8)
- “Show all DOTs in a SOC/OES Group” now includes the DOT Estimate for each DOT in the SOC/OES and shows the total employment estimated for the entire group (DOT Estimate tab)
- DOT Estimate tab now includes CBP hyperlink to the NAICS Industry Analyzer, which includes:
County Business Patterns (CBP), Current Employment Statistics (CES), Display of the products produced in an industry, Occupational Staffing Pattern (from OES data) for each 3/4 digit NAICS, with reveal of the DOTs associated with the SOCs reported by employers in that NAICS
- Long term employment outlook projections using NAICS 2017 aggregated coding, with State/MSA Outlook
- Occupational Employment and Wage Survey (OEWS) for employment and wages by Nation, State, and Region (MSA)
- Census Data for employment and wages by Census group and by gender
- American Community Survey (ACS) Full-Time/Part-Time data by Census occupation (extended to related SOC groups)
- Hyperlink to current Canadian employment and wage data by Province and major city
- Schools data for all 50 states linked by CIP educational programs, with hyperlinks to each school's web site
- Hyperlinks by DOT occupation to O*NET Summary Report and the Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH)
- Industries tab shows all NAICS associated with the selected DOT occupation - useful for Job Search and Placement!
- Industry Analyzer - Shows historical employment pattern for each 3-4 digit NAICS, with County Business Patterns data Nationally, Statewide, MSA-level, County or Zip code. Also includes Show products/services by NAICS and typical Staffing Pattern by OES Group/DOT
- Real Jobs button quickly links to six popular search engines:
Indeed, Simply Hired, Jobs Central, Career Builder, Linked In, and Glass Door
- Reports, with/without labor market data can be generated for one or multiple occupations, including occupations saved in "My List"
- User-defined report formats can be named, saved and re-used in later sessions.
With estimation of DOT employment at a weighted average of 88.3% for each SOC/OES group, we do not allow customers to immediately modify NAICS industries for a DOT occupation. We do allow customers to submit suggestions, which we will review and incorporate into a subsequent update if appropriate. We chose to prevent improper double counting and inappropriate NAICS, so we will study each customer suggestion in the context of its impact on the entire SOC/OES Group. Additional documentation available soon on just all of what we have been busy doing in this lengthy research effort!
All this for a single-user, annual subscription of$329. Unlimited worker trait and occupational searches, and current labor market information.
Existing OccuBrowseWeb customers:
Upgrade to Job Browser Pro Web below .... or when you are logged into your current OccuBrowseWeb. Just click the Upgrade button. We will credit the value of your current remaining subscription to the Job Browser Pro Web subscription!
Call SkillTRAN at 800-827-2182 to learn more about upgrading and Multi-Product Discounts!