What do you want to do? Now that’s a scary question – and usually it becomes even scarier when you consider who’s asking: over-eager grandma, random career counselor guy, spouse, or worst of all mom or dad.
Realistically, you probably want to lie on a beach drinking Mai Tais or swish down the ski slopes all day, (who doesn’t?) but beaches and slopes aside, what do you want to do with your life? What legacy do you want to leave? What will be your life’s work?
No idea? Or maybe you have an idea, but it’s fuzzy? Even if you have a fuzzy idea, good – because without diving into too many statistics, 99.9999% of people have been in the same boat at some point in their lives.
My Blueprint Builder can help you. The builder contains free tools and helps link you to a career that fits your strengths and what you like to do.
The Career Quiz in Career Compass will ask you to pick your strongest subjects. Then it gives you three industries that match your interests, as well as careers in those industries. All it takes is 5 clicks!
The Self-Assessment option has tools that will help you find a career that fits your interests, talents and goals. It will also help you decide whether self-employment is right for you.
Essential skills are the basic skills everyone needs for work. The Assess Your Skills quizzes help you find out how good your essential skills are – and which of them you need for a specific career.
And if you’re thinking about the trades, pick ten words that describe yourself and information about three matching careers comes up for you to explore.
B.C. is expecting 1 million job openings by 2022. Now is a great time to ask yourself what you’re good at and what you enjoy – then find the job to match what you want. Don’t settle. Find the career that’s best for you.
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