Looking to change careers? Wondering which would fit you best? A close personality match is vital. Our valid, career personality test will help you. You will also get accurate Canadian career information, and sound career advice. All are based on the best practices and science of career development.
|"A brief thank-you for your career-guide site. I am a mid-life career switcher, being currently on disability from my previous career as a Computer Systems Architect/Programmer. As I will not be able to return to that, I'm investigating alternatives. Your site was very helpful. Thanks."
-- Peter (MA)
You get full and accurate Canadian information about each career option, and download an interpretive booklet. Research shows that a good personality-career match is a predictor of job satisfaction and success (assuming you use a valid career test).
Simplicity, practicality, and validity are Career Key’s strengths. It takes about 15 minutes; results are immediate; and there are no complicated tables or abstract concepts to understand. It also provides a gateway to services unique to Career Key, like the following:
Choosing a College Major or Training Program that fits your personality. In this article you learn how to make this match following a 4 - step process. A close personality-major match is vital. It is one of the predictors of academic success and satisfaction – grades earned and graduation. The companion e-book, Match Up! Your Personality to College Majors, links the Holland personality types to all 1300+ college majors and training programs. It is the first to do this (more on our ground breaking research).
Identifying and strengthening your job skills. As you know, job skills are what count in the workplace. Are you thinking about going back to school to strengthen them? The Foundation Skills: Job Skills All Workers Need article describes those that experts consider essential.
The Free Agent Outlook on Work describes six basic principles that guide the “free agent” worker – an essential primer for today’s workplace, where marketable skills are the key to success. Identify Your Skills and Make Them Work for You follows up with sound advice and practical steps.
Lawrence K. Jones, Ph.D., NCC President, Career Key.