These resources will help you identify your career interests. This is an important part of your career planning as the information can help narrow down career pathway ideas.
Career interests are different to abilities or skills. They are activities you enjoy doing or are interested in, which can then show where you could develop your skills and abilities.
These 'Explorers' are based on seven basic work types. In the Work Type Explorer you can select the work type titles that interest you, or you can test the strength of your work type interests by taking 5 - 10 minutes to respond to statements in the Career Interest Explorer.
Both search options take you to occupation or industry-based career information related to each work type.
Work Types are broad descriptions of seven kinds of work environments. You can read more below.
These can be related to your own likes and dislikes and to your favourite activities and interests. This is one way of helping you to start to think about career directions.
Your interests can change over time, but the more you discover about a work type that interests you the better you can direct your career conversations and make informed decision about your future career options.