Do you need help choosing your career path?

Do you need some ideas for the future?
Some inspiration on what kind of career might be right for you?
Just want to find out what’s out there?

icould can help you discover what you could do and how you could get there.

Careersbox is the national careers film library, a free careers resource showing hundreds of real people doing real jobs.

The National Careers website has profiles on over 800 different types of job, from archivist to zoologist.

Each one explains: the skills and qualifications needed to get into that job what the work would be like the pay you could expect what the career prospects are.

Explore the job profiles to find out what a job involves and if it will suit you.

If you are interested in the following sectors:

Health and Social Care
ICT and Digital Creative
Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering
Agriculture, Food and Drink
Energy (including Renewables)
Finance and InsuranceTourism and Culture
Retail
Construction and the Built Environment
Life Sciences
Hospitality and Catering
Services to the Public

then take a look at pages 8 to 19 of the Norfolk Work & Skills 2017 booklet.

By answering a few personality questions,
what career opportunities might your answers suggest?

This Careers Test sets questions and assesses your responses in relation to the Briggs Meyer Personality Types.

Users will need to enter an email address in order to view the results.

From the graduate Prospects website: Which of our job families do you belong to?

Our job families provide information about your skills and interests in the workplace and offer recommendations on what job would suit you from over 400 job profiles.

What are your favourite subjects?
These posters offer suggested Careers by Subject.

Norfolk County Council has produced a series of promotional videos to help inform young people.
Areas of future growth in Norfolk include:

The Advanced Manufacturing Sector

The Engineering and Built Environment Sectors

The Leisure and Tourism Sectors

The Business Sector

The Food and Farming Sectors

The Media, Arts and Digital Sectors

The Energy Sector

The Health and Social Care Sectors

The Science Sector

Norfolk County Council has produced a series of promotional videos to help inform young people.
Areas of future growth in Norfolk include: