This special issue of the Occupational Outlook Quarterly (OOQ) includes a table highlighting 2010 employment, 2010-20 projections, 2010 wage data, and education and training information so you can compare occupations at a glance.
What does OOQ stand for?
OOQ stands for Occupational Outlook Quarterly
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- Outside of Procedure Stop (nuclear industry)
- Owners of Pet Skunks (website)
- Ontario Oil & Protein Seed Crop Committee (Canada)
- Object-Oriented Parallel Simulation Engine
- One Over per Side Eliminator (cricket)
- Object Oriented Programming Systems Languages
- Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications (annual conference; various locations)
- Object Oriented Programming for Smalltalk Application Developers Association
- Object Oriented Programming Using Java
- Object-Oriented Querying (computing)
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In addition to the articles found in this issue of the Review, the Occupational Outlook Quarterly has a special projections issue, "Charting the Projections," which can be found at http://www.
Occupational Outlook Quarterly Online, 48(3): 2-21.
More information can be found in "Associate degree: Two years to a career or a jump start to a bachelor's degree," in Occupational Outlook Quarterly, Winter 2002-03.
The Winter 1999-2000 Occupational Outlook Quarterly presents the projections in a series of charts.
The Occupational Outlook Quarterly publishes articles related to career research, many of which are relevant for career changers.
For more information, see "When the job's a game: Athletes, coaches, sports officials and related workers," by Henry Kasper, in the Occupational Outlook Quarterly, spring 2001.
And in the summer 2004 Occupational Outlook Quarterly, see "How to get a job in the Federal Government," online at www.