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How do I decide if I am career fit?

A significant part of career development is to become aware of one's own values, skills, interests, personality characteristics, preferred work environments and preferred audiences.  This information may be used to narrow the focus of your occupational exploration in any or all of the following areas:

  1. Utilizing as a basis for deciding among career options
  2. Applying as a filter to employers and job offers
  3. Using to articulate personal strengths in cover letters, resumes and interviews


  • Print this worksheet and use it to take a short career fitnessInventory

The Career Resource Center offers services and tools to assist with personal exploration and assessment in the following areas, including:

  • One-on-One Career Consulting - offers appointments with Master's level counselors trained in career assessment tools and interpretation
  • Strong Interest Inventory - compares your set of interests to those of individuals working in various occupations with rankings for similarity or dissimilarity
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) - examines your personality preferences and identifies your "type" strengths, which can then be related to careers
  • Skill Scan card sort - helps you identify your skills and cluster them into categories with suggested career field options
  • Values card sort - provides value words for prioritization in order to filter employment options
  • Other exercises and methods for uncovering relevant elements upon which sound career decisions are based

All Pacific staff, students and faculty are welcome to take advantage of these opportunities.  At this time, there is no charge associated with these services.  Contact the CRC or call 209-946-2361.

Online Career Aids:

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