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Career Assessment - MyPlan

My helps students and professionals plan more fulfilling lives by making well-informed decisions about their education and careers. Whether you're choosing a major, planning ahead for your first career, or thinking about making a career change, can help you explore options and bring clarity and insight into figuring out what's right for you.

Highlights include:

  • Career Assessments (Personality, Interests, Values)
  • Career Database with over 900 careers
  • Video Library-watch one to two-minute videos for nearly 500 different careers and industries
  • Top Ten Lists
    • Most Popular Majors
    • Highest Paying Jobs in U.S.
  • Salary Calculator
  • Industry Database
  • What Can I do With a Major In…?
  • And much, much more!

To take the Career Assessment Tests (Personality, Interest, & Values), you need to first create an account.  On the second page of registration, please enter the following license code: Q3CGZSNP and you’ll have lifetime access to the career assessments.


Click HERE for video tutorials on How to Register with a License Code and How to Take Career Assessments.

Career Assessments

Career Personality Test
What's your personality type? Take this test to learn which of 16 potential personality types you are. Based on personality type theory developed by Carl Jung, the Career Personality Test will pinpoint your workplace strengths and direct you toward professions that best compliment your unique personality — we'll even rank-order 739 careers according to how well they match your personality!

Career Interest Inventory
Why would you ever work in a profession that doesn't interest you? You'd be surprised at just how many people work in careers that don't truly interest them. The Career Interest Inventory is based on the renowned work of Dr. Holland who theorized that people with the same or similar interests are often found in the same work environments.

Career Values Assessment
What are your underlying needs and motivations? Does the career you're in (or thinking about going into)  really satisfy those personal values? Take the Values Assessment to ensure that your career path is in sync with your underlying values system.