Assess your skills and interests
These career planning tools and resources can help you to assess your skills and interests and identify potential careers that may be right for you.
Explore potential careers
Once you've decided what your skills and interests are, check out potential careers including the main duties, educational requirements, workforce trends and job prospects.
- Labour Market Navigator
compare and track job forecasts on more than 500 careers in B.C.
- Career Trek
follow two hosts as they travel across B.C. and bring 52 jobs to life.
- Working in Canada
search through job descriptions, wage rates, skill requirements, and training and job opportunities within specific geographic locations.
- Career Profiles
get all the details you need about the careers that interest you, from qualifications and duties to projected demand.
- A Day in the Life
find out what a typical day is like for real people doing the careers you're interested in.
- Career Beliefs
examines a number of myths people have about career planning and offers practical advice about making career decisions.
- JobFest 2012
explore B.C.'s exciting careers at JobFest 2012. It's an event full of inspiring youth stories, interactive career discovery and indie bands like Acres of Lions, plus other local acts.
Examine experiences of recent graduates
You can find out a lot about a potential career by learning about the experiences of recent graduates.
- Diploma, Associate Degree, and Certificate Student Outcomes Survey (DACSO)
surveys former students who were enrolled in diploma, associate degree, or certificate programs.
- Apprenticeship Student Outcomes Survey (APPSO)
collects information from former apprenticeship students.
- Developmental Student Outcomes Survey (DEVSO)
given to former Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English as a Second Language (ESL) students.
- Baccalaureate Graduate Survey (BGS)
given to baccalaureate graduates from B.C. universities and other degree granting institutions.