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When you know yourself, you can create a career plan based on what's important to you. Knowing yourself involves asking questions like what inspires me? What is important to me, and what do I like? Take one or more of the quizzes to help you map your career path.

Interests Exercise

When you’re performing tasks that you find interesting, you’re living the dream. If you want that kind of work, explore the following 50 work activities, and see what occupations match your interests.

Abilities Exercise

What are you good at? See how many skills and talents you have by rating these activities. Then discover the careers that best suit what you can do.

Work Values Quiz

To find a career that fits you discover what’s important to you. You’ll gain valuable insights into who you are.

Significant Experience Exercises

Identify Your Experiences

Choose experiences where you did something and were proud of the result. It doesn't matter what anyone else thought about the experience or even if anyone else knew about it. The important thing is that you did it and it made you feel proud.

Skills Quiz

Your skills are the things you've learned to do well and are an important part of who you are. According to the experts, the average person has up to 700 skills ready to be used at any time!

Traits Quiz

Traits are the behaviours and characteristics you bring to an occupation and a workplace that make you who you are. It's possible that the significant experiences you identified are important to you because they allowed you to express some positive traits. Examples of traits include dependability, flexibility, curiosity, respect for others, cheerfulness and self-reliance.

Preferred Working Conditions Quiz

Pick the way you want to work: Shift work or regular hours? In an office, at a warehouse or on the road? Explore these choices so you can find the occupations that fit your career.

Multiple Intelligences Quiz

This quiz will help you discover your unique style of thinking and understanding in order to identify which learning strategies work best for you. Also discover occupational options that reflect your strengths.

Vision Exercise

If you can envision the life you want to live, you’ll find it easier to make the choices and decisions that are right for you. Take a few minutes to concentrate on the big picture.