MyPlan is a career exploration tool that assists students in:
- Choosing a major, planning ahead for your first career, or in thinking about making a career change
- Planning for careers by making well-informed decisions about educational choices
- Exploring options, and bringing clarity and insight into figuring out what’s right for you professionally
- Deciding on what college to go to that best suits your needs
Interesting features on MyPlan include, Top Ten Lists of:
- Highest paying jobs in America
- Lowest paying jobs in America
- U.S. cities with the highest average income and Much More!
For Free! Career Assessment Tests When prompted, enter the license code KS665TT2
Copy and paste the code – you will need it to take assessments at no charge.
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State of Ohio Career Information:
Employment Trends in Ohio:
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