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You don't know what you want to be when you grow up?
First of all don't fret, there are lots of people in their professional careers who do not know what they want to be when they "grow up". Meaning you should not fret over not knowing exactly what you want to be, but getting an idea helps prepare for the future.
Jung typology Test - A quick and easy way to match your skills and interests to careers
This is a typology indicator to assist people in finding out what types of personalities they have to match up with careers or college majors. Any site that pairs your interests with other items like people (dating sites), jobs, majors, likes/dislikes, and so on fundamentally use some sort of typology test. This particular test (click here) will assist you in finding your personality type. You can use this worksheet (click here) to assist you in navigating how to utilize your four letter code.
Careers and Training
TRIO Pre-College Programs want to assist students navigate the twists and turns of going to, succeeding in, and graduating from education beyond high school. Below are ways to match your interests to career and majors/training to achieve those jobs.
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MIWorks provides assistance to job seekers in finding suitable careers to meet their skills, interests and abilities. Career Explorer has many tools to assist in finding careers and training to meet the needs of that job.
Description of what the website offers: "Our goal at Mapping Your Future is to help students plan for higher education by offering reliable and unbiased money management advice and counseling. Online and offline resources include college preparation, school selection, career exploration, and counseling aimed at helping students and families better understand student loan obligations and learn about practical money management solutions to ensure healthy finances while in school and beyond."