Let’s face it: Finding a career is not easy. Our students must consider their talents, interests, and values and reconcile these personal characteristics with the market reality. One critical components of career success, however, is what we call “fit” – a good match between the person and the career selected. Personality is a critical component in the analysis of someone’s “career fit.” For example, a person who is easily stressed during emergency situations may not want to be an ER nurse. A very extroverted and spontaneous person might hate working in a solitary and focused job. In this webinar, you will learn how to connect the dots between five key personality traits and various careers. Most importantly, you will learn to use personality logic as you help a student assess his or her level of “fit” to specific careers.