Tag: career exploration

Teachers: Try this Pi Day STEM career activity

Pi on Blackboard

If you’re a teacher, chances are you’ve found some fun ways to slip math into unexpected spots of your curriculum on Pi Day, otherwise known as 3.14 or March 14.

Pi Day also offers a great opportunity to get kids thinking about careers.

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Explore a career in market research

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Have you ever thought you knew what would sell a product better than the people in charge?

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Do more of what you like!

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Learn about CareerOneStop’s new Interest Assessment, and find a career that allows you to do more of what you like.

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Manufacturing careers: a whole new world

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You may have heard mention of manufacturing jobs in presidential campaign conversations. Here’s a timely look at some developments in this influential industry.

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Calling all pro athlete wannabees

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If you find yourself dreaming about a future as a professional athlete, you might wonder what it takes to get there.

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I’m still in high school—why should I take an interest assessment?

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There’s one big reason to take an interest assessment when you’re starting to think about your future career plans: when you enjoy your job, you’re more likely to be good at it.

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Ideas for a new career

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Do you secretly believe a career assessment might reveal the “real you” ?

Career assessments can provide important feedback about finding a career that suits you.

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When I grow up, I want to be a…

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Do children still grow up dreaming of being an astronaut? What careers does the average 3-year old aspire to?

See the results of a survey conducted last month that asked children ages 1-10 what they want to be when they grow up.

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Top 10 jobs for work-life balance

Seeking some balance between work and your personal life?

Check out the results of this survey of employees in hundreds of fields—and see which jobs they ranked highest for their sense of work-life balance.

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What’s next? Planning beyond high school for youth with disabilities

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Youth across the country developed a guide for youth with disabilities to explore their options after high school.

Learn more about Hitting The Open Road After High School: How to Choose Your Own Adventure to Success!

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