Hackensack, NJ (PressExposure) September 11, 2012 -- DefineYourCareer.com, a career planning and transition center, has gone live with a complete suite of career path tools that insure job hunters find their best career fit.
"Most career centers focus on the obvious, such as resumes, interviewing skills, and job search strategies" said Larry LaFata, career advisor and publisher of Define Your Career, Career Planning and Transition Center. "This leaves a huge void for job candidates in an area that I consider the true foundation of an optimal career - defining what career is the best fit for them."
In fact, one of the most popular questions LaFata hears from new clients is "How do I change careers?" and "How do I find a new career that is best for me?"
LaFata answers these two questions in his Free Report "The Four Factors of an Optimal Career" and in other career path tools found at the career center such as "The 10 year career decision timeline" "Take the Career quiz" and "Career Fit Infographic."
"Between the scarcity of traditional new job opportunities for new grads and the stress and burnout of those who are underemployed, there is an urgent need for job seekers to fashion careeers that will offer job satisfaction, decent pay, and long term security" LaFata adds.
LaFata has designed a systematic career planning process that puts job hunters on a career path working in a career that is an optimal fit for them.
The Career Center provides free one-of-a-kind career path tools that are part of the career blueprint and self assessment program "Define Your Career."
The goal of the career center is to help the underemployed to find the optimal career for their unique set of talents, experience and background.
"For the job hunter that takes the time and makes the effort to lay a good foundation of what career path is best for them, the rewards are not only greater earnings potential, but the huge satisfaction of serving the needs of a flock who is already there, waiting for you to emerge."