Remember, no one self-assessment tool provides the
ultimate answer to your career choice.
Here are some things
to consider in getting to know yourself. Talk to a
Career Counsellor either through your school or a
local Counselling service. You can also talk to a
Career and Employment Consultant at your local Canada-Saskatchewan
Career and Employment Services office.
Values are what you really care about, not only in
your personal life, but also in a work situation.
Learn to identify and understand your values.
What do you like to do? Experiences you have enjoyed,
school, social, religious, sports, hobbies and work
activities. Most people who enjoy their work have
some personal interest in what they are doing.
Skills and Abilities
Identifying your skills is an important part of making
a realistic career decision. all our past experiences
- volunteer work, leisure activities, community involvement
need to be examined when identifying skills.
to On-line Self-Assessment Sites
There are a number of factors
to consider when making your career decisions. Work
through this area to help you clarify what you want
and what you are prepared to do to get a job.
Some of the sites listed
in this section may help you to know yourself. Use the
information gathered as just one of the many pieces
of knowing yourself.