Sheila Carter
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Career Planning 2019 - 2030

The world is changing rapidly. 
Innovation in Education is needed now to ensure children will be ready for success in Post-Secondary and Empower them to make their Career Dreams a Reality in the World.

Six Career Lessons from Johnny Bunko

After graduation from High School students have several options​:

Enter the Work Force

Specialized Training

University or College - what is a good fit for you?

Check out this The Right Fit Questionnaire.pdf

Click this Careers in the Health Field - for more information

​Factors to Consider in Career Planning
  • What are your likes and dislikes?
  • Do you know the difference between a job and a career?
  • What do you love to do in your spare time?
  • What subject entices you to know more and more when reading?
  • Would you like to work in a social environment or non social environment?
  • What are your natural skills and abilities - the true gifts that you where born with?
  • Uncover your true passions and talent to create your career path.
  • Review career and job trends for the future
  • Research about careers that are growing
  • Explore education and training
Career Options Magazine
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Online edition of Career Options High School Edition the magazine dedicated to helping Canadian high school students find the Career they love and build the life they want. Visit:

​Jobs in 2025

Emerging, Growing and Going across the Production,

Trading, Liveability and Services Sectors

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This is a unique opportunity for Canadian teens to meet other young people from across the country. Every week of the school year, 120 to 150 teens from across Canada, aged 14 to 17 years, come to Ottawa. Here they discover their country through each other, learn about Canadian institutions, meet famous and accomplished Canadians, explore exciting career options, develop their civic leadership skills and live an extraordinary bilingual experience. Within a 27-week framework, EWC offers 14 exciting, career-oriented  themes which determine program dates.
Round-trip travel to The Terry Fox Canadian Youth Centre is provided free of charge by Canadian Heritage!
The week in Ottawa is a great bargain at only $750, covering accommodation, meals and all program costs – supplies, activities, visits and tours, and travel within Ottawa. Many provincial/territorial governments even help subsidize these expenses! For details check
​Test drive careers through co-op

Why wait until graduation to start exploring careers? With 4 to 6 work terms, you can test out different career areas and different types of employers so that you can jump right into your chosen career when you graduate.

Interest in Health Care

So you want to become a doctor. Why? What is it about medicine that attracts you enough to undergo a demanding experience like medical school? When did this ambition take hold? Who, if anyone, influenced your decision? The University want's to know as much as possible about your motivation for undertaking this very demanding course of study and career.


Maclean's ​University Guide 2019

Explore Careers

Featured Careers in BC Videos:

Are you interested in Trades and Technology:

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Mining Career Profiles.pdf

Sources of Occupational Change by 2030
Aging and Demographic Change:
Declining workforce - need for increased productivity will lead to automation
Climate Change and Energy:
Renewable energy – H2O, sun & wind
Immigration and the Borderless World:
Cultural diversity - languages
Digital Technology:
Automation - information technologies, social network skills
Mass customization – could have an impact in the health industry
Security and stability:
Privacy - freedom
Scientific and Technical Advancements:
Life sciences research - robotics

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Popular 9 Disciplines to Study in 2019
  1. Engineering - become a master of technology to build better, safer products
  2. Computer Science – learn to speak "machine" and improve the web
  3. Design – make the perfect transition from sketches to appealing images
  4. Fashion – be the expert on what’s hot and what’s not
  5. Law – take up the challenge of keeping an even balance
  6. Business – learn what it means to call the shots and run ventures
  7. Social Sciences – Piece together history, culture, politics and economics
  8. Hospitality and Leisure – how helping customers can be a piece of cake
  9. Art and Art History – Decipher the mystery behind magnificent art

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Step Inside your STEM Career


Career, Personality, Aptitude and Skills Tests

Human Metrics – Jung Typology Tests

After you complete the "Jung Typology Test", click "Identifying your career with Jung Career Indicator" and you will get a list of occupations most suitable to your personality type:

Holland Code Quiz

Based on a characterization of your personality in terms of Holland Code personality types, you will learn what kind of work environments suit you best. What professions and occupations will fit your personality: is external) 

Plan your career with the Career Navigator quizzes!

Career Planning Quizzes

150 Reasons to Love Working in BC Tourism
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​What Can I Do With My Degree?

The discipline you study doesn't determine what you will do after graduation. Your degree is just one of the many important assets you bring to your future career. However, taking a look at some potential career paths for your program of study can be helpful for giving you ideas that you may not have considered otherwise.

The experiences you have, the people you meet, and what you learn about yourself along the way all contribute to building your career. Choosing a major or preparing to graduate are exciting and overwhelming times. The best strategy is to actively explore what interests you, and reflect on the skills you're building. Explore first. Learn along the way. Make informed decisions about professional opportunities.

​Type of careers by Major

Careers in the Food and Agriculture Industries and the Education required:
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The World of Work is Evolving​

  • Change is inevitable – embrace it
  • Agility – necessity for both business and employee
  • Agile workforces – skills, flexibility and more
  • Flexibility – employees need for value and autonomy
  • Flexibility – employer needs for profit and productivity
  • Finding a balance

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  • Aging and Demographic Change – declining workforce and a need for increased productivity will lead to automation
  • Climate Change and Energy – renewable energy – H2O, sun & wind
  • Immigration and the Borderless World – cultural diversity, languages
  • Digital Technology – automation & information technologies, social network skills
  • Personalization – mass customization – could have an impact in the health industry
  • Security and stability – privacy and freedom
  • Scientific and Technical Advancements – life sciences research, robotics

​Discover rewarding careers in the automotive aftermarket industry in Canada
​The 2020 10 skills you need to thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution from the World Economic Forum
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  1. Complex Problem Solving
  2. Critical Thinking
  3. Creativity
  4. People Management
  5. Coordinating with Others
  6. Emotional Intelligence
  7. Judgement and Decision Making
  8. Service Orientation
  9. Negotiation
  10. Cognitive Flexibility
New Career Exploration Program:  myBlueprint

This is the school District's new career exploration program that the School District of Richmond has purchased for all students to plan and showcase their career learning and to create their own portfolios that will be used towards graduation.

Students can visit this site:

Go to sign up and select your secondary school, select student select grade type your 9 digit pen number and create a password to obtain your account.


Canada faces a shortage of 3,000 2025
"Passenger and cargo airlines around the world are expected to by 41,000 new airliners between 2017-2036. And, they will need 637,000 men and woman new pilots to fly them according to a forecast."