Maybe you are good at a lot of things.
This can make it hard to decide what you want to pick as a new career - for nontraditional or traditional students.
Have you taken any online tests to find out what you like best or what you would be good at doing?
Or maybe you already know what you like or want to find out about.
Here are some GREAT links to help you find out about a career or to find out more about yourself and how you best learn.
#1: Play the career interests game at the University of Missouri Career Center.
#2: Find out about your learning style - here is an interesting site: The DVC Learning Style Survey for college. It was written by Catherine Jester at Diablo Valley College. It is a good test for going back to high school AND can be used for even younger students too, but was especially written for college students. I like it because it is my favorite kind of site: it is FREE and easy to use.
#3: You can also take a free learning style inventory at Learning Styles Online.
Taking free online tests about your learning style and personality type can help you learn better and faster. This will help you in school and when you get your degree and your new job.
Scroll down on this page to find out about popular careers.
Do you already know what your (new or next) career will be?
Here are some more sites to explore more about job searching and career testing:
The About.com Personality Tests to find the right job for you
The Similar Minds Career Test (free)
The Fun Education Career Test (long, but gives you great results) at the FunEducation site.
For more advice, try these sites:
The Yahoo Nontrads Group, Nontrads on Facebook, and the Nontrads blog.