Explore Careers

Your Career Journey

Are you headed along the right path to your dream career? Like any adventure, your career journey is certain to be much more exciting and satisfying if you have a destination in mind. When you are focused and know your strengths and interests, you can target the industries, organizations and positions that best match your talents and personality.

Your immediate goal should be to make the best career choices possible at this point in your life. Keep in mind, it’s only natural that your dreams and aspirations may change over time. Changing interests and personal circumstances, combined with the rapidly evolving nature of the world of work, will require you to make numerous career-related decisions throughout your lifetime.

Discover the Real You: MyPlan Assessment Tests

Self-assessment requires a hard look at yourself and an honest evaluation of your strengths and weaknesses. It is one of the most challenging pieces of the career puzzle, but also one of the most important. MyPlan helps students and professionals plan more fulfilling lives by making well-informed decisions about their education and careers. Whether you’re deciding on what college to go to, choosing a major, planning ahead for your first career, or thinking about making a career change, MyPlan can help you explore options and bring clarity and insight into figuring out what’s right for you. 100% independent and unbiased, MyPlan gives you the truth about colleges, careers and majors. Our research and data is the most comprehensive you’ll find anywhere on the subject. With dozens of easy-to-use tools, MyPlan makes getting to that information convenient, simple and fun. Contact Career Development to find out more information

What Can I do with My Degree?

Whether you choose to find a job or begin postgraduate study, there are a number of routes you can take after university. Explore your career options and see where your degree could take you. Click here to find out more!

Explore the Options

Familiarity with different career fields, and knowing the responsibilities and skills required for different jobs, will help you determine options which are compatible with your interests, values and skills.

Know the Job Market

The more you know about industry and occupational trends, the better you can assess what skills and qualifications employers are seeking, evaluate your odds of entry and success, and learn how to market yourself.

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