Career Option ToolsThere comes a point in everyone's life when they have to dig deep inside and decide what career path to follow. Base your career decisions on personal values, what you enjoy doing and what you are good at.
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Explore your career options on the CanLearn Web site. Take an Interest Quiz to discover your strengths and learn what careers best match your interests. You can also explore an extensive list of employment requirements for your dream job and search their lists of CEGEPS, Colleges and Universities
Define your abilities and interests by using the Career Navigator to review occupations matching your profile. This tool will also provide you with information on wages and employment prospects to help you make an informed career decision.
The Training and Careers Web site allows you to Identify Your Career Options and illustrates both the relevance of your education in relation to the occupations that you are considering and the level of studies required
Service Canada's Job Futures Web site provides a career and education planning tool, offers information on 226 occupational groups and describes the work experiences of recent graduates from 155 programs of study
Build a profile for the occupation of your choice on the Labour Market Information Web site and investigate the situation in local labour markets across Canada, including unemployment rates, economic trends, demographics, educational institutions and much more
Talking to people about their work is a great way to explore a career path. Learn more about how to do this effectively with information from the Information Interview section of Service Canada's Training and Careers web site
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