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What’s in a DISLIKE?

When we ask career seekers about their LIKES and DISLIKES, sometimes individuals give lots of DISLIKES. Of course most people have a few dislikes, but planning a career on overwhelming DISLIKES is not ideal. In Career Voyage, when a DISLIKE response style is detected then the...

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17 August
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The Importance of LEVELS

Even politicians know the importance of education and training. But when measuring occupational interests not everyone understands the central importance of Levels. Suppose you were to ask a group of high academic achievers the following: “As part of a future career would you LIKE or DISLIKE such work-activities...

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22 June
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Happily Working

  “Happily Working” doesn’t have to be just a dream. Some people actually love their work. For others however, work is an absolute drag which can’t finish soon enough. So what does it take to find a suitable fit? Central to career planning and career guidance is occupational...

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08 June
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Occupational Interests & Gender Differences

With results like this, no wonder so many girls and women avoid STEM options (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)! Results from over 20,000 people show stark gender differences in work-related interests and preferences. The chart below shows Occupational Interests across all age levels, broken down by...

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01 May
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How we protect our customers and web visitors

Internet threats are significant and growing. Sensational international attacks keep news services churning and anxiety for everyone connected to the Web. Threats can come from criminals, pranksters, terrorists, and international government instrumentalities. So beware! There are simple things you can do to keep yourself safe....

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13 October