Know Your Strengths
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What are you good at? What do you enjoy? Understanding who you are and what you excel at is the first step towards discovering what you want to do with your future. These online resources will help assess your personality type, interests, abilities, and values—and identify which career opportunities may be right for you.
Traitify is a personality and career assessment tool that gives you deep insight on your core values and character. It's fast, accurate, fun, and easy to take. On top of that, Traitify gives you:
- A breakdown of how you stack up against Traitify's seven core types of personality.
- Information about the kinds of people and work environments that help you thrive.
- A list of possible strengths and weaknesses.
- Personalized recommendations for careers aligned specifically with what makes you unique.
- Essential details about each career recommendation - what level of education and degree you need, what to expect in terms of salary, potential job growth, and more.
To use Traitify:
- Sign-in using your NYIT email address.
- Answer a few questions (takes only a few minutes).
- Works on desktop or mobile platforms.
- When you’re done, contact career services to discuss your results.
The NOC is an overview of job titles, responsibilities, and immigration “points.” If you are looking to apply for permanent residence post-graduation, the NOC will help you determine what jobs will give you the necessary “points” to qualify.
To find your job code:
- Scroll down to the “Find your job title, code and skill type” and enter a position title.
- Select the correct area of employment from the drop-down menu, noting the 4-digit NOC number on the left side column and the skill level on the right.
- Click on the position and then enter the 4-digit NOC number in the “Quick Search” box on the new page.
- Review the employment requirements, duties, and any additional information you may need for that position title.
This timeline breaks down how you should use our career resources each year at NYIT. You’ll learn how to plan your time, build a well-rounded academic experience, and lay the foundations of a successful career.
Okay, you’ve finished your assessment and have a good idea of which career you want. Now it's time to dig in and continue your research. We have a wealth of information on professional development opportunities, salaries, advice from recruiters, and other job-seeking tools.
If you have any further questions or need any assistance, please contact Vancouver Career Services at email@example.com.