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Career Quizzes by
Publication Date: 2008-06-01
Career Quizzes helps readers look inside themselves and make better choices. A career counsellor for 20 years and one of the America's leading developers of career assessments, author John Liptak takes readers on a journey of self-discovery that will help them find work they love and develop their career from start to finish. Each chapter centers on an easy, fun, and revealing assessment that coaches job seekers through the successive steps in the career exploration and job search process. The book includes assessments of job satisfaction, work/life balance, career needs, interests and skills, work values, personality, entrepreneurial readiness, and much more. Most importantly, unlike many other assessment, based books on the market, Career Quizzes not only helps job seekers discover a rewarding career path, but it helps them walk that path as well.
Online Career Assessments
The Career Finder quiz is available for free in your Jobs4Govs account. Find this 60-question quiz under the Resources tab on your Jobs4Govs homepage. The quiz asks participants to respond on a scale of "Extremely Like" to "Extremely Dislike" to a series of questions about likes and interests. Once the quiz is completed, some suggested career options will be displayed based on the responses.
Career One Stop
30 quick questions. About 5 minutes. Learn about careers that might be best for you.
Career Prep (Peterson's)
Choosing a career path doesn't come easy. Whether you're heading straight into the workforce or you're entering college first, our career tools help you get a handle on what you're interested in, the skills and training you'll need, and what you can expect from your career path. Discover which careers suit you best, research potential career options, and explore the requirements and outlooks for the occupations you're interested in.
My Next Move
Answer questions about the type of work you might enjoy. We'll suggest careers that match your interests and training.
Myers Briggs Type Indicator
Do you prefer working in a group to working independently, or vice versa? Do you trust your gut instincts over concrete data? When you make a decision, do you put yourself in the situation or outside it? By asking yourself these questions, you have started the process of personality identification. The questions previously asked mirror the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment.
Contact APSU Career Services at 931-221-6544 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more about taking this assessment. SCROLL DOWN the page on this link for more information about the MBTI.
Strong Interest Inventory
The Strong Interest Inventory® instrument is a powerful tool that can help you make satisfying decisions about your career and education. Whether you are just starting out in your career, thinking about a change, or considering education options for career preparation, you can benefit from the wealth of information reflected in your Strong results.
Contact APSU Career Services at 931-221-6544 or email@example.com for more about taking this assessment. SCROLL DOWN the page on this link for more information about the SII.
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Off Campus Access
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