the right career is one of life's biggest decisions.
Unfortunately, it is usually made with inadequate information.
Whether selecting a first career, looking for a new
career, planning career training or making college plans,
Profiles Career Coach provides
information that leads to good decisions.
Profiles Career Coach does
an analysis of an individual's thinking style, occupational
interests, and job-related behavioral traits and compiles
the data into an accurate picture of the individual.
This profile is compared to hundreds of occupational
profiles compiled by the Profiles International research
staff, using the occupational research database of the
US Department of Labor.
The Career Coach Report provides
descriptions of the person's characteristics, a list
of jobs and careers with which the person appears to
have a job match, and suggestions for gathering additional
information about jobs and careers. Included is information
about how to access the O*NET Occupational Information
Network. O*NET is a comprehensive database of worker
attributes and job characteristics which has replaced
the Dictionary of Occupational Titles. O*NET is the
nation's primary source of occupational information.
Career Coach helps take the
guesswork out of career selection. It guides in the
development of a career in which an individual can find
success and job satisfaction. Career Coach
is an extremely valuable tool for anyone doing career