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China L. Wilson, PhD, GCDF
Director, Career Services
Title IX Coordinator
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Welcome to the Trinity Washington University Library's Career and Job Guide. Please use the provided links on this page to help you with further researching your ideal career. Each tab on top will focus on subject-centered career sources.
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Try this website if you are curious to see which jobs fits your personality. Many claim the results have been Informative and insightful. As of today over 100 million surveys were taken. Use as a starting point to gather information about you and the jobs out there.
If you are not a big fan of the standard survey format, try Pymetrics. Its a modern twist of a personality test but instead of a survey, you play fun online games. The games test your hand eye coordination, decision making process, memory skills, etc. The way you play and the choices you make determines which jobs best fit your personality/behavior. You must create an account in order to play.
Listed below are books available for you to check out at Trinity Washington University's Library.
Be bold : create a career with impact / by Cheryl L. Dorsey and Lara Galinsky.
Call Number: HF5381 .D67 2006
ISBN: 9780979011603 (pbk.)
The unemployed college graduate’s survival guide/ Bonnie Kerrigan Snyder.
Call Number: HD6278.U5 K47 2013
Résumé magic : trade secrets of a professional résumé writer / Susan Britton Whitcomb.
Call Number: HF5383 .W47 2003