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Teenager on roof top So how can you help your teenager or young adult make a life defining career decision without looking at you sideways? Empower them to make the right decision

The CareerSure assessment helps young people make informed choices about their future. It’s the best, and possibly first, informed decision they’ll ever reach because in the end, it is their decision to make.

Let the CareerSure online assessment help your teenager or young adult:

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Your child was born gifted. Now you can help them unpack those gifts and put them to good use.
Teenagers on couch After the CareerSure online assessment, your teenager will be able to make informed decisions about:

People who have completed the CareerSure online assessment report:

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My daughter had no idea of what she wanted to do, or was capable of doing... The work you did was instrumental in her realisation of her abilities and skills.
- Barbara Johnson
Why does the CareerSure assessment enjoy such success?
Unlike most career guidance services, the assessment is not an exhausting and boring questionnaire – it also uses puzzles, graphics and visual devices.

Unlike most career guidance services, it isn’t based on asking your teenager or young adult about what they enjoy doing.
With more than 12,000 careers to choose from, how on earth are they supposed to know the answer to that?

CareerSure measures three critical areas to accurately analysis your child’s strengths, talents, gifts and abilities:

1. Aptitudes
Your aptitudes are your natural gifts. They are unique to you. They settle at around the age of 15 and pretty much stay with you for the rest of your life. A career that complements your natural strength is more enjoyable and satisfying.

2. Temperament
Your personality results will give you insights into how you relate to the world and those around you. CareerSure’s assessments dig deep to help you understand how you make decisions, what environment is best for you and the kind of people you get along with.

3. Interests
Most careers are decided because we had a vague interest in this or that, or dad or mum said you’d be good at that. The problem is that sometimes the job isn’t what you expected and doesn’t have much to do with your interests.

CareerSure’s assessment helps you identify your true passions, the things you care about and how a potential future career, or career change, matches with your interests.

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