“Different things delight different people.” (Marcus Aurelius, 120 – 181 AD) Explore how what you care about matters when you consider career options.
You're unique, and that means that you have your own definition of the "perfect" job. Big company or small? Corporate environment or non-profit? Helping people live better lives, or protecting the environment? The possibilities are endless, and knowing your own value system will help you find work that is meaningful to you.
Ready, Set, Goals!
Keep track of your steps along the way! View the MyTrax PDF to make sure you complete all of the tasks within this Trax before moving on to the next step.
CareerSource NEFL Orientation Videos
Learn all about the services CareerSource NEFL has available to jobseekers by viewing our online orientation. Explore individual sections or view the entire site. You can browse modules by clicking the Menu link; each modules also contain a PDF transcript if you don’t want to use the sound. If you need help accessing the site, click the disability image to find supports, including larger text and other ways to increase screen visibility.
CareerSource Northeast Florida schedules regular workshops on job search and how to use the Employ Florida. Find a complete schedule of our workshops and events on our calendar of events.
Use the form below to help determine your career values.
What are Your Values?
Examining Next-Generation Work Values - Online Resource
What are your Career Values? - Online Resource
Year-end Checkup for Your Personal Brand - Blog Post
The Top 10 Work Values Employers Look For - Online Resource
Identifying Your Work Values - Online Resource
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Not sure where to start?
Not sure which Track is right for you? Take one of our surveys to help you decide what you need to jump start your job search.
Job Seeker Internet Resources
Lots of great stuff all in one place.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the most useful internet resources for your job search, including job boards, learning resources, salary and labor market research sites, and a list of local companies who might be your next employer. Download this document and share it with people who are also in a career transition.