If you have at least 5 years of experience working as, teaching, training or supervising City and/or Regional Planning Aides (assistants, technicians, etc.) please volunteer as an occupation expert for the USDOL O*NET update– your input will help students, job seekers, veterans and others learn more about this work. Labor market researchers, HR professionals and employers also use O*NET information for research or to write job descriptions for hiring or training.
Please send your name, phone number and mailing address to Traci Davis at RTI International, the non-profit research firm gathering occupational information on behalf of the USDOL: firstname.lastname@example.org or 877-233-7348 ext. 109. Traci will also provide more information / answer your questions about this research.
O*NET, a free resource at www.onetonline.org, is used by millions of people each month for career exploration and job analysis, serves as America’s primary source of occupational information and is provided as free database on the web by the Employment and Training Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor.