Career Decision Wheel

Created by Norman Amundson and Gray Poehnell, the Wheel is a useful tool that includes eight aspects essential to career decision making. Downloadable for free, Deirdre Pickerell’s “Work Search Strategies” chapter in Career Development Practice in Canada includes a helpful synopsis of the Wheel.

Chaos Theory of Careers Explained – Interview with Jim Bright

Dr Jim Bright, co-author of The Chaos Theory of Careers, explains chaos theory (in this 10-minute YouTube video) and how it provides a new approach and a new language to describe the realities of careers in a fast-faced, changeable and uncertain world.

Job Bank

With new features and a new look, the Job Bank is the Government of Canada’s leading source for jobs and labour market information. It offers free occupational and career information such as educational requirements, main duties, wage rates and salaries, current employment trends and outlooks.

Career Crafting the Decade After High School: Professional’s Guide

This CERIC-funded guide written by Cathy Campbell and Peggy Dutton – available for free download – provides practical counsel and effective tools that professionals can use to help reduce young adults’ anxiety and to assist them to take action in the face of uncertainty.

A Guide to Planning Your Career – Government of Manitoba

Developed through a partnership between the Government of Manitoba and Life Strategies Ltd., this free guide has valuable information and activities to support clients of any age or stage in the career planning process.

Life Reimagined

Life Reimagined is a personal guidance system for life and career transitions created for AARP. Offering practical steps to identify and act upon « What’s Next?, » it includes the LifeMap, as well as other free and paid resources. Dr Rich Feller is one of the original Life Reimagined Thought Leaders.