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My future worksheet: Discovering your interests and talents

Think about the questions below and complete the form. Your answers to the items below can show you what things you are good at. Knowing what your interests are can help you narrow down what kind of job you might like after you graduate from school. Bring this form to a meeting with your school counselor to discuss your career options. If you don’t have a guidance counselor, review these with a parent, teacher, or another adult. Also, try revisiting this form each year to see how your interests and talents may change as you grow up. And remember: it’s okay if you don’t know exactly what you want to be when you grow up just yet!

What are my hobbies?

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What are my favorite subjects in school?

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What subjects do I make good grades in?

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Do I like teamwork or working alone?

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How would my friends describe my personality?

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Content last reviewed September 22, 2009
Page last updated October 31, 2013

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