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If you are not sure what you want to do in life, use a self-assessment tool such as the Holland Code Career Test..   Another career interest test is the Self-Directed Search; the test is free but there is a nominal fee for the results.

Another good starting point is My Next Move, which is sponsored by the US Department of Labor. And you can explore the extensive database of job descriptions at O*NET OnLine, which offers suggestions based on abilities, interests, knowledge, skills, and work characteristics.

For a look at all sorts of vocations and careers, consult the annual Occupational Outlook Handbook compiled by the U.S. Labor Department. This book is also available in many libraries. A smaller collection of Career Profiles is available for purchase from WetFeet.com, but check with the RBS MBA Office of Career Management first.

Practitioners of many professions are required to have a license, certificate or registration issued by an agency of the state of New Jersey. Consult the list of Licensed Occupations in New Jersey.

 

If you have a business career in mind, start with one of the following:

all which have information about skill requirements and the nature of the work.

Other relevant reports are:

 

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