“People who care about the environment will appreciate this practical approach to making a career choice that matches their interests and stays true to their values,” says Juliet Wehr Jones, GCDF, Vice President, Career Key.
Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) November 10, 2011
People who care about the environment and are interested in “green” career choices should choose a career matching one’s interests, according to Career Key’s newly updated web article, “Green Economy: Match Your Personality to Green Jobs.” Career Key, http://www.careerkey.org, shows people how the green economy impacts them, helps match their personality to green occupations, and gives tips for researching promising choices.
At a time of skeptical news reports about the outlook for green jobs and the green economy, Career Key’s “Green Jobs” article relies on proven techniques for making a smart career choice. It outlines four steps:
1. Choose an occupation that matches one’s interests, by measuring the six Holland personality types with a valid career test like The Career Key.
2. Explore green occupations listed by Holland personality type in the “Green Jobs” article, in addition to other career options.
3. Learn as much as one can about the careers of interest through recommended activities and online career information sources. Make sure to consider other occupations that make green contributions, such as teachers and clergy.
4. Make a good career decision using Career Key’s ACIP method of career decision-making.
“People who care about the environment will appreciate this practical approach to making a career choice that matches their interests and stays true to their values,” says Juliet Wehr Jones, GCDF and Vice President of Career Key.
About The Career Key
Career Key, with its policy of donating 10% of its sales to charity, is a longtime donor to the World Wildlife Fund, Nature Conservancy, and other conservation organizations. Since 1997, it has been the #1 Internet source for helping people choose careers and college majors. Advertising and registration-free, it offers a valid career test, information, and advice articles based on the best practices and science in the field.