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DOT - Dictionary of Occupational Titles for Windows
||HOW THIS DOWNLOAD WORKS |
receive your order from PayPal we will set up a personalized web page for
you and send you its address via email, ususally within one business day.
When you visit that page you will be able to click on a link to download a
program that will install the DOT on your computer. If you have any
difficulty, you can send email.
||Also available on CD-ROM
Description . . . Customers
DOT with O*Net Data and Viewer
DOT for Windows
assists job seekers, employers, educational and training institutions,
researchers and others by detailing tasks performed, educational requirements,
and skills needed for more than 12,000 types of jobs.
It is the
complete, 1,300-page, 2-volume DOT, with a retrieval program that enables you
to search easily and quickly using words or numbers on any of the 28,800 job
You can click for groups and click a group to go to successive
levels of subgroupings.
Search the DOT index using any alphanumeric
string to locate job(s) by DOT code or a portion of one, or to find the code
for any job title containing a word, phrase or portion of a word of your
You can also browse, copy, paste, and output information to
any Windows document or Immigration Assistant
form or to a printer.
ONET + DOT
CD-ROM (includes O*NET) : $138 +s/h
- DOT for Windows contains our built-in search and retrieval software.
- Single User
(includes the ONET): $138+s/h
shipping/handling charge for CD-ROM. No s/h charges for download
CD-ROM is shipped via air mail
service. Allow at least one week for receipt.
Multiple User Licenses: $30 per user for 2nd - 5th
users. $15 for each user over 5.
Who buys our software?
Most of our
customers buy our products on the recommendation of colleagues and friends.
Our customers are located in every state and on every continent. They
- educational institutions
- thousands of law firms around the world
- The U.S. government and its agencies, including the U.S. House of
Representatives, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, The Department of
State, including USA embassies overseas, The National Science Foundation,
NASA, Food and Drug Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, National
Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health, Federal Bureau of Prisons and
the Department of Defense, including a U.S. ship at sea.
- State governments and government agencies.
- Foreign governments, their embassies and the United Nations Organization.
- Corporations, including well known multinationals like Walt Disney,
Boeing, Microsoft, Schering-Plough, NCR, Deutsche Bank, 3M, AT&T, Bell
Atlantic, MCI, Citibank, IBM, Chevron, Sun Microsystems, Deere & Co, Bank
of Tokyo Mitsubishi, Hearst Corporation, American Express, Cirque du Soleil,
Mita, Texaco, Olin Corp., Deloitte & Touche Tomahtsu, Alcatel Alsthom,
Raytheon, Capital One, Oracle Corp., Nestl�, Toyota, Reuters, Sharp
Electronics, Lucent Technologies, Dan & Bradstreet, CIT Group, Andersen
Consulting, KPMG, Bausch & Lomb, GTE, Bahrain Petroleum Co., Learjet Inc.,
TWA, United Parcel Service and the American Stock Exchange.
- health care organizations
- non-profit organizations, such as Catholic Charities, CARE International
- immigration professionals
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