Pursuing a career starts with knowing oneself and grows into establishing a vision for your future. Once you've got your vision, you can identify the steps you need to take to share your talents with the world. The process is one of self-reflection, research, and imagining your future. Below you can find some free career tips and resources to get started on your career exploration journey.
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Getting to Know Yourself
MyNextMove has a free, online survey sponsored by the US Department of Labor that helps you identify possible careers that match your interests and training. This is connected to the DOL's O*NET Online database of jobs, so it's a good one-stop shop resource.
CareerExplorer.com has a free online survey that gives you limited feedback based on the answers to their questions.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has a free online survey that gives you limited feedback based on the answer to their questions.
The 16 Personalities test also gives you some limited feedback based on your answers.
Researching Careers and Jobs
O*NET Online is a great tool sponsored by the US Department of Labor. You can search for job fields, individual job titles, and more. As you dig deeper, you'll find what kinds of education, training, skills and knowledge are needed for certain positions. You'll also learn about the outlook for that job, pay ranges, and more.