Choosing a career path that aligns with your skills will help you be successful in your professional life.
At the CDC, we’ll help you identify your skills and find a career where you can use them.
Your job satisfaction depends on how well your career choice aligns with your values.
The CDC career advisors will help you identify your values and use them to guide your career exploration.
Personality preferences determine how we respond to the outside world, take in information, make decisions, and structure our environments.
At the CDC, you can take advantage of today’s best self-assessment tools to find a career that’s a good fit for your personality.
Your interests determine whether you’re bored or engaged by your surroundings.
With the help of the career advisors at the CDC, you can find a career path that’s in line with your interests.
There are four dimensions of self that should guide your career decisions: your values, interests, skills, and personality.
Resources for Learning About Yourself
The CDC offers several career assessment instruments to help you learn more about yourself. You can sign up here or you can discuss career assessments with your career advisor.
Our Resource Library has lots of online tools that can help you through the process of learning about yourself and finding a career that fits. But don’t forget to schedule a visit to the CDC, too! Nothing can beat the one-on-one career advice and support our advisors can deliver.#