Copyright 2006 by the Wyoming Department of Employment, Research & Planning
WYOMING LABOR FORCE TRENDS
Vol. 42 No. 12

 

Table 4: O*Net Skills and Associated Level of Importance for Travel Agents (SOCa 41-3041)
O*Net Skill Level of Importance
 
Coordination 4.0
Service Orientation 4.0
Speaking 4.0
Implementation Planning 3.8
Active Listening 3.5
Information Gathering 3.5
Mathematics 3.2
Reading Comprehension 3.2
Identification of Key Causes 3.0
Persuasion 3.0
Problem Identification 3.0
Time Management 3.0
Idea Generation 2.8
Information Organization 2.8
Judgment and Decision Making 2.8
Social Perceptiveness 2.8
Critical Thinking 2.7
Solution Appraisal 2.7
Writing 2.5
Negotiation 2.3
Operation and Control 2.3
Operations Analysis 2.3
Active Learning 2.2
Idea Evaluation 2.2
Product Inspection 2.2
Synthesis/Reorganization 2.2
Monitoring 2.0
Systems Perception 2.0
Identifying Downstream Consequences 1.8
Management of Financial Resources 1.8
Management of Material Resources 1.8
Visioning 1.7
Equipment Selection 1.5
Learning Strategies 1.5
Systems Evaluation 1.3
Equipment Maintenance 1.2
Instructing 1.2
Management of Personnel Resources 1.2
Operation Monitoring 1.2
Technology Design 1.2
Testing 1.2
Troubleshooting 1.2
Installation 1.0
Programming 1.0
Repairing 1.0
Science 1.0
aStandard Occupational Classification.

 

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