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Career Planning

  • Take a test, discover yourself
  • Look into the future
  • Plan your journey
  • Your toolkit for successful careers

Getting Started

Career Development Process: Understanding the career planning process and how to make career decisions.

Self-Assessment: Interests, personality, values, and skills assessments.

How to Use Career / Labour Market Information (LMI): Explanations of LMI, benefits of LMI, why you need LMI, and how to use LMI to make career and work search decisions.


Exploring Options & Opportunities

Occupations: Profiles and descriptions of specific occupations, or groups of occupations.

Industries / Sectors: Labour market information covering whole industries or occupational categories; salaries; job vacancy rate; trends and forecasts; skills in demand; surplus occupations.

Trends in the Labour Market: Employment trends and labour market information (LMI) including statistics, general trends, forecasts, and data about employment rates, salaries, industry trends, skills that are in demand (or not), and economic and demographic data.

Self-Employment Options: Information on different types of self-employment, including telework, franchising, contracting, etc.


Getting Help From a Career Counsellor

Career Services Near You: Programs and services that offer career information and career counselling that are not Internet-based.

Internet Career Services: Career information and counselling services provided directly via the Internet.


Career Practitioners/Educators - Additional Tools & Resources: These resources for the career professional are in addition to those listed under other sections of our Web site.

Accessing Community Support Services: Counselling services and programs (may include funding options) available to individuals who require assistance with issues that may affect their life/work (personal, family and health problems, childcare and eldercare).

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