Career Assessment Tools

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Career Assessment Tools

Finding a career starts with knowing you!

Figuring out what careers are right for you can be a frustrating process- especially when you have no idea where to start. Fortunately, there are many career assessment tools available at your fingertips that can help you navigate through countless career possibilities.

By completing different assessments you will begin to get a better understanding of:

  • Who you are
  • What you do well
  • What motivates you
  • What work environments you enjoy
  • What values are important to you in your work
  • What careers match your preferences


Recommended Career Assessments

Career Cruising
Career Cruising is an online career exploration tool that helps you narrow down career options based on your interests. It provides you with specific job information such as job descriptions, salary/wages, working conditions, education requirements and more! Additional features include a skills and learning styles assessment, and employment guide.

Type Focus is an interactive tool that provides three career assessments in one program: personality type, interests and values. Added benefits of this site include goal setting activities, occupation and job search information.

Talentoday assesses your personality and motivations to assist you in identifying your talents and identify jobs that match your personality. Upon completion you will receive your own personalize results book.


To access these assessments, please login to your CareerZone account, click on the Career Services tab, and click on Resources.


Looking for more information?

Try Googling some of the following key words for additional assessments and information:

Juggle: Canada's Digital Student Services Centre

Holland Code Quiz

Interest Assessments

Keirsey Temperament Sorter

Personality Assessments

Skills Assessments

Values Assessments

Workplace Values

Type Focus Careers

Type Focus is an interactive self-assessment tool that will help you understand yourself better and make more effective decisions regarding the next steps in your life, whether you’re looking for work or exploring further education.