CareerPath.com is designed to assist you in making the right career decision - a
decision that meets your unique interests and personality.
CareerPath.com offers the following services to lead you down the right path...
Career Guidance Resources
Professional Development Resources
Perspectives on Work/Life Balance
Career assessment used to be a process of simply following your gut feelings and
doing a little research into your fields of interest. Today, career assessment is
much more refined and looks not only at job fields but also spotlights the focus
on you, the individual. This is critical to finding a career that will bring you
happiness and satisfaction.
Testing is an integral part of the process. Each of us is unique and career assessment
tests help us identify personal traits that match up with skills and competencies
for various fields of work. Your talents, abilities, values, likes and dislikes
are all measured to narrow down the choices to jobs that fit your lifestyle interests.
As a result, the feedback will give you an opportunity to explore careers that you'll
enjoy and find highly motivating and personally rewarding.
Testing methodologies vary in general but career tests ask a myriad of questions
that attempt to:
- Clarify your interests
- Match your skills and competencies to specific fields and job types
- Identify your strong points and individual work style
- Direct you to jobs specific to your interests and skill set
- Guide you in your career path or educational pursuit
Personality testing enables you to assess your interests and direct you down a career
path that fits your unique lifestyle and personality.
About The Career Planner ReportTM
A guide to personal and professional potential, The Career Planner ReportTM
is the first of many smart career decisions. The report consists of 33 pages of
personalized career information and will give you the edge to:
- Find your ideal career
- Boost your productivity
- Reduce stress
If you are interested in making a career change,
The Career Planner ReportTM
will help you identify your strengths to build on and improve your professional potential.
The Career Planner QuizTM and Career Planner ReportTM are
property and copyright of SSI, Inc. and are licensed to CareerBuilder.
About the Career Vision Job Satisfaction QuizTM
Nationally, over 20% of adults express a high level of dissatisfaction with their
current position, and more than 50% of adults look for a new job each year. If you
can relate to these statistics then you should complete the free
Career Vision Job Satisfaction QuizTM.
The Career Vision Job Satisfaction QuizTM uniquely captures your level
of satisfaction with aspects of your actual work and your work environment. You
will receive a personalized report that ranks your satisfaction with several key
contributors to job satisfaction. These results will help provide insight into what
is contributing to your job satisfaction/dissatisfaction. This information will
be useful for conversations with your manager or as you consider a job redesign
or change. The Career Vision Job Satisfaction QuizTM and Career Vision
Job Satisfaction ReportTM are property and copyright of The Ball Foundation/Career
Vision and are licensed to CareerBuilder.
The Ball Foundation, a not-for-profit organization based in Glen Ellyn, Illinois,
was established in 1975 by G. Carl and Vivian Elledge Ball. Career VisionSM
was established in 1989 as the service and career consulting division of The Ball
Foundation. The Foundation's research and development efforts led to the development
of the Ball Aptitude Battery®, a valid and reliable series of tests that are used
to identify an individual's unique profile of strengths.
About the Job Discovery Wizard
A career exploration tool, the
Job Discovery Wizard assists you in discovering jobs that that are a fit
based on your skills and knowledge. Learn about new or different job opportunities
and what the next steps are along your career path.
Sources of Data:
The Job Discovery
Wizard was created with O*NET™ Career Exploration Tools. O*NET™ is a trademark
of the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. Information
regarding modifications and DOL/EDTA disclaimers is available
The training and growth data is provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and was
last updated on December 18, 2007. Read more about the training and growth data