What career is right for me?
The job search process begins with an identification of values, interests, skills, accomplishments, personality, experience, and goals. It is the process of gathering information about yourself in order to make an informed career decision.
LOCAL OR REGIONAL LEVEL INFORMATION
|Literacy Link South Central
assessment resources for measuring critical soft skills.
PROVINCIAL OR NATIONAL LEVEL INFORMATION
|ALBERTA LEARNING INFORMATION SERVICE
|ALIS provides information for career planning, post-secondary education and training, educational funding, work search, labour market trends, and workplaces – much is relevant outside of Alberta.
|Password required. The "Matchmaker" and "My Skills" help you discover likes and dislikes to find careers that match your interest.
|Who am I page: Links to a variety of career exploration/self-assessment tools. All hosted in Ontario or wider Canada.
|SCHOOLFINDER 3-STEP CAREER QUIZ
|An online quiz to help identify possible careers of interest. The three steps are: 1) Take the quiz; 2) Identify career options; and 3) Research careers and schools.
OTHER SOURCES OF INFORMATION
|This is a US Site, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labour, Employment and Training Administration. The self-assessment module offers several tools and resources.