Articles on Career Counselor


A Day In The Life Of A High School Counselor

One of the things I liked about being a school counselor was that there wasn’t a “typical day” in the sense that there is such a wide variety of tasks inherent in the job description that it never felt routinized.

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A Day In The Life Of A Career Counselor

Perhaps the most important effect my work has is helping people achieve their aspirations and challenging them to write a new life chapter — one that has a hopeful sentence at the end...

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The 10 Most Important Personality Traits For Career Success

The building block of successful career development is comprised of four components: skills, values, interests and personality traits.

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A List Of Skills Needed To Become An Effective Counselor

For anyone thinking of embarking on a career as a counselor, there are some basic skills in addition to personal attributes required to be effective in any specialty.

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Career Spotlight : Career Counsellor

Deborah, 34, is a counsellor at a college/university in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. Her BA in psychology and her MA in counselling psychology are from the University of British Columbia (1990, 1995). She is currently completing a PhD in interdisciplinary studies at the University of British Columbia.

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Career Counselor

High school students, college graduates, and adults interested in a career change have to face these difficult questions, but a career counselor can help.

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