Career Guidance Leader Offers Special Promotion for Future College Students

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High school students and prospective college students are encouraged to explore their interests to help make college major choices now. Career Key is offering a special deal on their career guidance resources to help students with the decision process.

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Winter break is a good time to relax, explore and narrow down college major choices.

With high school seniors sending off college applications, now is a good time to narrow their college major choices, according to career guidance leader, The Career Key. The company is currently offering 20 percent off the combined purchase of its Career Test with “Match Up! Your Personality to College Majors” EBook for the first 100 customers through January 5th, 2015.

“High school winter break is a good time to relax, explore and narrow down college major choices,” says Vice President of Career Key, Juliet Wehr Jones. “That way, students are not trying to squeeze it in later when they are overwhelmed with acceptance and financial aid letters.”

The Career Key Test takes 10-15 minutes to complete and helps students accurately assess and match their strongest Holland personality types and interests to careers and college majors. Research shows this close “personality-major match” leads to success in college, including higher grades, greater persistence in a major and more on-time graduation.

“The Match Up!” College Majors eBook is the only publication that lists and organizes all majors and training programs in the U.S. by personality type and Career Key’s special work groups. It also describes each major and recommends ways students can learn more about the programs that interest them.

Future college students can purchase the Career Test and eBook together for a 20 percent discount using the special coupon code: CKMAJORS.

About The Career Key
For over 20 years, professional school and career counselors worldwide have relied on The Career Key to help youth and adults choose careers and more recently, college majors and career clusters/pathways. Based in the Pacific Northwest, The Career Key licenses its scientifically valid personality assessment and career guidance content to businesses who want to promote and support employee job satisfaction, development, and education. To see what Career Key can do for you, visit http://www.careerkey.org/.

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