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        Match your interests to the licensed professions

        The free interest profiler at O*NET® My Next Move (U.S. Department of Labor) lets you explore careers that match your interests and preferences.

        1. First, complete your interest profile at My Next Move or apply your results from a similar interest inventory (such as Career Key?) that may be available through your school or library.
          • To learn more about career resources at public libraries, visit the New York State Library's NOVELny

        2. Then find your two highest-rated interest areas on the chart below to see our suggestion for the licensed profession that best fits your personality profile.
        Girl imagining herself in different careers

        Not sure about education after high school?

        We have sorted the professions by degree level.

        Remember, your interests and abilities may change over time as you discover and explore subjects. The licensed professions offer a variety of rewarding options, whether you are a student or someone who is considering a career change!

        Chart: Align Your Attributes to the Licensed Professions

        This chart notes the minimum degree required to qualify for each licensed profession. Some professions offer multiple education pathways. Select a linked profession to view its profile and learn more.

         
        Minimum Degree Required

        Certificate/Associates

        Bachelor's

        Master's

        Doctoral/Professional Degree

        Conventional/Enterprising

        Conventional/Investigative

        Conventional/Realistic

        Social/Enterprising

        Enterprising/Artistic

        Investigative/Social

           

        Investigative/Realistic

        Investigative/Artistic

        Social/Realistic


        May we ask you a few questions?

        Our quick survey takes about 2 minutes to complete and will help us to improve this feature!


        Comments and questions on Careers in the Licensed Professions: paths2profs@nysed.gov

        Last Updated: March 7, 2019
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