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How to use OOH
Below you'll find screenshots of the Bureau of Labor Statistics - Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH). The screen shot on the left is the main page where one can search for any occupation. The screenshot in the middle offers detail information on a given occupation. The one on the right provides a quick overview of specific business functions. All screenshots are hot links that will take one directly to the featured page.
OOH Main Page
To the left is the main page for the Bureau of Labor's Occupational Outlook Handbook. The page features the following:
- A general search box in the upper right hand corner
- Occupation Groups on the left hand side of the page
- A drop down menu of selected occupations such as median pay, education needed, etc.
- Featured occupation
The Bureau of Labor provides a wealth of information for each occupation featured in the Handbook. Each occupation has the following tabs of information:
- What They Do
- Work Environment
- How to Become One
- Job Outlook
- State & Area Data
- Similar Occupations
- More Info
FYI - At the bottom of each entry is a date as to when the page was last modified
OOH Business & Financial Occupations