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Match Your Skills With Career Paths

If you aren’t satisfied with your current job, you are not alone. Results from the 2019 Great Jobs Survey showed that only 40% of workers in the United States are employed in “good jobs,” determined by high levels of satisfaction with the job attributes employees value. Apprenticeships provide a way for employees to increase their job satisfaction by gaining the education and on-the-job training they need to increase their sense of purpose in their jobs while receiving a stable and predictable wage.

If you are unsure about which career path you want to pursue or you want to explore new career options, the following links will help you match your skills with possible career paths that fit your interests, personality and skills. The results will provide you with new insights and direction to help you make your next career move.

Once you’ve narrowed down your options, consider exploring apprenticeship opportunities available within that occupation.

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Career Onestop

What kind of career will fit you best? How can you get there? 

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Get My Future (for youth)

Discover what kind of job would best fit your skills and interests. 

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YouScience Aptitude & Career Discovery

Explore aptitudes, review personalized career matches and develop affirming language to better highlight your assets in interviews, resumes, etc. Utah high school students, contact your school counselor for login ID if you don't have one. Log in using the button below.