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Nine Tips for Starting Out or Starting Over

Nine Tips for Starting Out or Starting Over

Pat Boer, Monster Contributing Writer

5. Take Vocational Tests

If you still don’t have a clue about what you want with respect to your career, invest in vocational testing. Many vocational tests, now available online, help you identify career values and employment options. Some, like the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, require you to contact a career counselor. Others are self-tests, like the Holland Self-Directed Search and the Values Identification Inventory.


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