What to Look For
Choosing the Right Career
A lot of people will give you advice, but ultimately, what kind of job you decide is best for you depends a lot on who you are. Sure, money is a factor, but your happiness on the job is determined by whether you like what you're doing.
Career Toolbox This site offers two tests to assist with career exploration.
Careerzone Knowing your unique combination of interests can assist you in determining jobs that suit you best.
The Princeton Review Career Quiz is just what you need to help stop agonizing and start discovering the careers that match your personal style and interests.
The Kiersey-Bates Temperament Sorter offers both a brief character and temperament sorter and a description of the results.
What kind of work is that? There are probably a lot of jobs out there that you didn't even know existed. Knowing more about your field of interest can expand your possibilities.
ONET, or Occupational Network on the web, has a huge collection of occupational information, organized for exploration.
Where are the jobs? And where will the jobs be tomorrow? You will help yourself succeed by choosing a career in a field where demand is growing.
LMI (Labor Market Information) for Humboldt County
California Labor Market Information