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Identifying Skills and Interests
WISCareers facilitates lifelong career development, a meaningful work life, and a sound economic future for all Wisconsin residents as its mission. It features high quality career development resources and services. A no-cost registration is required.
Take the WISCareers Career Planning 1-2-3 exploration to get started. You will also find:
- Job Seeking
Career One Stop contains many career resources from the federal Department of Labor. Among its assessment tools are:
- Employability Checkup, a snapshot of your ability to find a specific occupation at a specific wage and geographical location.
- Skills Profiler, to identify skills, find occupations and determine skill gaps.
- Skills Center, for skill assessment.
- Testing and Assessments Center, to discover how to use self-assessments tools and standardized tests.
Identify basic job skills
Wisconsin Job Centers have a variety of publications to help you get connected to the world of work, including: