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The fall 2020 newsletter features the following items.

CareerOneStop's Job Finder for Remote Jobs


CareerOneStop’s new Find a Remote Job tool aims to connect employers and job seekers with job opportunities where the worker is not required to be onsite. Job seekers can enter a job title or other keyword to find job postings in any U.S. location.


Some of the jobs listed are entirely work-from-home, and some may require employees to be onsite some of the time. Some may be temporarily remote positions, with plans to switch to in-person in the future. 

Publishing Data Directly on Your Own Website


CareerOneStop offers a wide range of career, employment, and education data as Web API services, which allow seamless integration of quality-controlled datasets into any website.


Not familiar with API web services? They are a simple method for secure, standardized data and information exchange between websites or software applications.


Data is requested and delivered via the Internet using standardized protocols. Web API customers then have complete control over what and how information is displayed on their own websites, to their own customers.


Worried you don’t have the expertise to take advantage of CareerOneStop’s API services?  No problem—it doesn’t take advanced software knowledge to integrate an API into a website. CareerOneStop provides detailed instructions for individuals and organizations. Visit Web APIs: What’s Available to learn more.


Special Note on Upcoming O*NET Taxonomy Changes

O*NET plans to release comprehensive occupational data based on the new 2019 O*NET taxonomy on November 17, 2020. In mid-December, CareerOneStop will update to the new O*NET taxonomy as well as the latest SOC taxonomy, and CareerOneStop APIs will return the updated O*NET and SOC data.

This means that current users of CareerOneStop APIs that include O*NET or SOC data may need to update other parts of their systems to continue to interact with this new taxonomy. Check back for more information, if you need assistance after mid-December at CareerOneStop’s Web API information section.

Find more information about the O*NET-SOC 2019 Taxonomy, and how O*NET has also created taxonomy transition assistance for developers moving from O*NET 2010 to O*NET 2019.

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