Use this questionnaire to help with your
What Kind of Organization Do You Want to Work
Would you prefer a large company or a small one? Non-profit or
for-profit? What about working for local, state or federal
What Type of Physical Environment Do You
Office or laboratory? Indoors or outdoors? Working from home or
How Much Travel do You Want to Do?
Are you willing to take frequent business trips or relocate to
What Kind of Work Schedule Do You Want?
A traditional (nine-to-five) workday? Nights or weekends? Being on
call? Are you willing to sacrifice free time in order to advance
How Much Personal Interaction Do You
Are you looking to work in a team environment or do you prefer to
Under resources for students and alumni, you will find various
assessment tools. Below are a few more links that will assist
you in your career development.
- Career quizzes are a fun way to start the conversation with
yourself about your career choice. A quiz or two is not likely to
solve your career concerns but quizzes are a good way to start
thinking in the right direction. Finding the right career should
not begin with choosing a subject area as understanding the ways
you most prefer to work. Do you like action or analysis in your
- The O*NET system serves as the nation's primary source of
occupational information, providing comprehensive information on
key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations. The
O*NET database houses this data and O*NET OnLine provides easy
access to that information.