Oregon CiS (LOPL only)
A career exploration, research, decision making and planning database that provides a system of occupational and educational information to help Oregonians learn about the world of work and education.
CIS provides comprehensive career information for all Oregonians.
The Oregon Career Information System (CIS) provides a system of occupational and educational information to help Oregonians learn about the world of work and education. We work with schools, colleges, social agencies, and businesses who provide career guidance and employee development services. They use CIS products with their students, clients, customers, and employees to assist them with the process of career planning or career transition.
The information that Oregon CIS develops is comprehensive; for example:
- Current employment, wages, outlook, hiring practices, preparation, and licensing, in addition to the skills, abilities, and knowledge required, are reported for each of over 550 occupation titles. These occupations cover over 95% of the labor market in Oregon.
- Every postsecondary program of study or training offered in Oregon is described within one of over 600 program categories. More than 150 topics of information, from admission requirements and costs to services for students with disabilities, are provided for each postsecondary school in Oregon. Similar information is included about national two-year, four-year, and graduate institutions.
- A complete scholarship and a financial aid database that lists national, state, and local awards is available along with a tool to sort the entries based upon an individual’s characteristics.
- CIS also includes information about self-employment, job search, industries, and the military as an employer.
The information is also delivered in a systematic way. This means that each information file is linked to other relevant information to create an integrated system of career information. Professional information analysts collect, analyze, review, and edit every piece of information in CIS each year. They use a wide variety of data sources and generate additional information from their own questionnaires. Users can be certain that each piece of information and the links between the various information files have been thoroughly researched with the concerns of the career planner in mind.
We have been in the business of developing and delivering the highest quality career information to Oregonians for almost four decades. Our experience and focus on information quality makes CIS stand apart as the preferred tool for career development in Oregon.