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Every path leads somewhere. You just need to find out which path will take you where you want to go. Learn how to plan and fund your education, transfer credits and explore education programs.
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You got the job. Now learn how to keep it, and maybe even get a promotion. Discover what it takes to stand out at work, how to handle challenges and how to be safe in your workplace.
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The interest code helps you figure out if you’d like to work in a particular occupation. It’s based on the Canadian Work Preference Inventory (CWPI), which looks at the aptitudes, interests and preferences that best fit each job.
Knowing what to do after high school starts with knowing yourself. Take the first steps by understanding your values, interests, and abilities.
To research a career, try reading about it, talking to people, and testing out jobs. Better yet, try all 3.
You probably want a career that suits your abilities and interests. But what is the best fit? Try these tools to help you identify some possible career paths.
Take this quick, 10-question quiz to determine whether your beliefs about career planning are true.
To find work that’s the best fit for you, you’ll need to understand your work preferences. These preferences will reflect your most important skills, interests, and values.