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Career interest surveys lead you to your dream job

Where will the journey take you?
Where will the journey take you?
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The list provided gives a battery of tests that looks at what you want from your future career. The number one way to find out what you want in a career, in a job, in a workplace, in a boss is to do some self-searching. Career interest surveys come in various lengths and look at various things. This list is your ultimate guide for the shortest surveys that provide the most results.

Where will the journey take you?
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Where will the journey take you?

Think big to go anywhere. Consider your dreams, goals, desires, wants, needs, aspirations. Which job will allow you to get to where you want to be?

ONet
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ONet

ONet provides a database of possible careers that align with your interests. This site should be your first stop to find what industry would be the best fit for you. From there, figure out what education and experience you need to pursue to get the income you want.

Iseek.org
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Iseek.org

This Minnesota website is a resource that allows for a free career assessment, which gives a clear picture for what career cluster you should choose to work in. More information about career clusters can be found here.

Mynextmove.org
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Mynextmove.org

My Next Move offers search engines to explore career pathways, specific job titles, and career interests. The ONet Interest Profiler directly points to jobs that interest you based on your likes and dislikes.

Towson.edu
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Towson.edu

Towson University's Career Center focuses on the individual. Call them today to schedule an appointment to take a survey or talk to a career counselor about your interests. For Towson students, the COMPASS program is an easy start to finding out a career pathway.