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An essential ingredient in your career guidance toolkit

CareerScope is an assessment tool for career advisors that allows you to measure your clients’ unique abilities and interests to design optimal career pathways. What they discover through CareerScope expands possibilities in ways that ignites new levels of confidence and excitement for you and your job seeker, together.


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How CareerScope works

The CareerScope assessment blends interest and aptitude scoring, and applies this scoring to extensive career databases to give career seekers best-fit career recommendations.

CareerScope Aptitude Exercises

measure how your job seekers’ mind works in order to predict how likely they will be to succeed in various professional roles and contexts.

CareerScope’s Best-Fit Career Recommendations

combine the blended assessment results and career options using the most comprehensive national databases of career opportunities to give you — the career advisor — clarity and confidence while advising your client.

Interest + aptitude = best predictor of success.

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CareerScope is right for you if...

Our jobseekers' first step is ALWAYS the CareerScope assessment because it gives them instant results that are clear and easy to understand.
Tiffany Clark-Trujillo, Team Leader
Pikes Peak Workforce Center
We always start with the CareerScope assessment. We then combine their results with their education and work history to help them choose a vocational trade they can pursue upon re-entry.
Jessica Evans, Education Specialist
Michigan Deptartment of Corrections
CareerScope's combination of aptitude and interest components really improved our efficiency.
Alan Lesley, Program Coordinator
EasterSeals Rehabilitation Center Northwest Alabama


We know our science works

For more than 60 years, CareerScope has been the most widely-used, research-driven aptitude and interest assessment, serving thousands of organizations and the millions of people they serve. Founded in 1963 as the Vocational Research Institute, we have spent decades developing solutions that enhance career and educational planning, improve employability, and result in better opportunities and more positive outcomes for individuals.

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We are the most widely used assessment in these social sectors:

One powerful system serving many communities

CareerScope helps students create a path to career success
Workforce Development
CareerScope leads youth & adult job-seekers to long-term employment opportunities
Vocational Rehabilitation
CareerScope is the first step to helping individuals to enter or return to the workforce
CareerScope helps adults and youth to prepare for reentry into the workforce
Veterans and Military
CareerScope helps veterans and active service members to enter or return to the workforce


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