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  • ASVAB Practice Quiz 2

    If you want to join the US military, you must take (and pass) the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB).  The higher your score, the more different job opportunities and higher advancement possibilities you will have during your military career.

    Take this short practice test to see how much studying you need before the real ASVAB!

  • ASVAB Practice Quiz 1

    If you want to join any branch of the US military, you must take (and pass) the ASVAB.  Not only do you need a passing score, but a higher score gives you more job choices and can help with advancing your military career.  

    Take this short practice test to see how much studying you need to do before you take the real ASVAB!

  • Career Spotlight: Communications

    A career in a communications-related field is a great choice for those who love to work with other people and are detail- and schedule-oriented, creative, and articulate. Those working in a communications-related career may travel for their job, and often they work in an office with colleagues during regular business hours. Some communications professionals work on a freelance basis and may be able to work from home. These careers can be quite rewarding and versatile for the right job seeker.
     

  • Career Spotlight: The Arts

    A career in the arts is often chosen by those with a drive toward developing their natural talents professionally. Careers in music, dance, visual art, graphic art, theater, and film require tremendous self-discipline and artistic rigor. Those employed in the arts may work very irregular schedules, depending on the projects they are engaged with, or they may work traditional hours if they are employed with an arts organization.  
     

  • Career Spotlight: Social Sciences

    A career in Social Sciences is a good path for those interested in studying humans, human behavior, and aspects of society. Social sciences careers require curiosity and analytical thinking as well as detail-oriented planning capabilities. Many careers in the social sciences involve research, outreach work, or work with groups of people as well as individual clients. Working hours and environments vary by field.
     

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