1. Which Careers Match Your Skills?
One way to begin your search for a career is to think about the things you are good at doing and then find careers that match your skills.
Numerous resources are available to help youth get a sense of their interest and skills as well as gain employment experience and learn about employment opportunities.
No single job suits all of us, but many of the best ones have a few attributes in common: They pay well, challenge us year after year, match our talents and skills, aren’t too stressful, offer room to advance throughout our careers and provide a satisfying work-life balance. Whether the
position is in demand is also a consideration, especially among job seekers. U.S. News uses these qualities to rank the 100 Best Jobs of 2019.
8. College Search
Our college search engine finds colleges and universities just right for you. Quickly perform a college search by major, location, type of college, financial aid, and
I’d also like to make time to add some socio-emotional help links in the near future.