Occupational Briefs On-Line PLUS SDS Holland Occupational Codes EQUALS the New Chronicle HOC Career Library On-line
Users can have immediate access to all 650 highly acclaimed Chronicle Occupational Briefs and you don't have to use any hard drive space or shelf space, no more filing, no more worry about where the last user put the CD or finding the misfiled brief. And users can access it from any computer with Internet access.
Chronicle Occupational Briefs present information on more than 2,000 occupational titles, including 650 comprehensive occupational descriptions, ranging from those that require a high school diploma or less, through professional careers; that's more than 95% of the jobs in the workforce. View an Occupational Brief Sample (you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader).
Users select a Holland Code and get a list of our corresponding occupations; click on an occupation and view the Occupational Brief. Chronicle's database of more than 2,000 occupational titles are coded to Holland Occupational Codes based on John Holland's RIASEC theory. Individuals locate occupations classified according to their resemblance to six ideal types: Realistic (R), Investigative (I), Artistic (A), Social (S), Enterprising (E), and Conventional (C).
Also, users can also select an occupation, listed alphabetically with an HOC Code, and then view the actual corresponding Occupational Brief.
HOC codes adapted and reproduced by special permission of the publisher, Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.
Order the Chronicle HOC Career Library below. Enter a user name and password and/or your library or school's IP address(es). Your IT person would know the IP address(es).
You will receive an email from us letting you know when access to the Chronicle HOC Career Library is ready
Your users will have immediate access to the Chronicle HOC Career Library On-Line.
Questions? Visit our Chronicle Career Library Online FAQ page.
* The computer address(es) from where you will access the Chronicle HOC Career Library. By default, your current firewall or directly connected PC address. If your computer is behind a firewall, the number of addresses will be one. If you have multiple IP addresses, they must be in a contiguous range. Enter the first IP address of the range and the number of separate addresses. Need help? Ask your system administrator, or open the following URL, from the computer(s) that will access the Career Library. http://www.ChronicleCareerLibrary.com/cgp_troubleshoot.php