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Think college isn't for you? Want to explore your career options? We have provided resources below to assist you in doing some career research.
Step 1: Reflect and Discover
Discover Your Interests and Aptitudes
Naviance - try the StrengthsExplorer, Career Interest Profiler & Cluster Finder
Kiersey.com - try the Kiersey Temperament Sorter, a personality test
Big Future - match your interests with career
Zip Recruiter's Resume Resources
Step 2: Research Career & Earnings Potential
Zip Recruiter's Salary Calculator
What will you need to make to support your lifestyle? Try Reality Check to get an idea!
Learn more about specific careers using Naviance's Explore Careers & Clusters tool
Find out more about job descriptions, outlook, earning potential, and education requirements using:
Step 3: Determine an Educational Path
Research which institutions will offer a path to your career. Do you need to go to a technical or trade school? Community College? Four-year institution? Graduate school? Where should you start?
Austin Community College offers many degrees and certificates, or is a good place to start your education.
ACC also has a Continuing Education Workforce Development program - they offer certificates that can help you quickly enter the workforce