A goal for work that is full-filled through an occupation or series of occupations.
A task or series of tasks that is performed to provide a good or service.
The process of studying careers, and making decisions about a future career.
Tentative Career Decision
A decision that is subject to change as new information is received.
Gives in-depth information on hundreds of occupations including job duties, working conditions, education and training requirements, advancement possibilities, employment outlook, and earnings.
Magazine that publishes information about a variety of careers.
A planned discussion with a worker who is willing to help you find out about the work that a person does, the preparation needed for that career, and the person's feelings about the career.
A company employing workers that reflect your career interest
The willingness and ability of a person to move to where jobs are located.
Jobs are available in one place but go unfilled because those who are qualified to fill those jobs live elsewhere and are not willing to relocate.
A two-way conversation in which the interviewer learns about you and you learn about the job and the company.
An experienced employee who serves as counselor to a person with less experience.
Informing your boss on why your leaving.
Things that are important to you
A natural, inborn aptitude to do certain things.
The quality of being able to perform a mental or physical task.
Asks for information related to employment.
A tool that provides information about you to a potential employer.
Provides tangible evidence of your ability and skills.
Expresses your interest in a specific job.