Lifelong Career Development, Youth Employments Support
Supports lifelong career development, from career exploration to employment and retirement
- Developing and distributing diverse career-related data to aid in the preparation and exploration of careers.
- Career exploration aid materials for students per school level for smooth transition from school to the workplace.
- Career guidance and employment support manual/guide to aid in career development by life stage.
- Broadcasts video on occupations and employment information.
- Developing and distributing occupational psychology tests for selection, preparation, and transition of careers
- Vocational psychological test that support career exploration and counseling for students (10 types)
- Vocational psychological test designed to help university graduates and adult jobseekers to find suitable jobs as well as to aid the domestic and foreign workers in developing their careers (12 types)
- Manual for execution and interpretation of the online (Work-Net) and offline (nationwide job center) test operation system.
- Developing and distributing employment preparation programs that enhance the capabilities in securing jobs
- Provides a group-based employment support program catering to the program consumers to aid the unemployed and jobseekers.
- Provides special short-term lectures for jobs finding and group counseling programs by the national employment centers across the country.
- Provides group programs focusing on job-search specifically designed for the employment-challenged group.
- Provides online content to help the jobseekers upgrade their job-search capabilities through cyber career education center (www.work.go.kr/cyberedu).
- Supporting the nurturing of career path guidance expert and strengthening of employment services
- Provides expert training for middle school teachers, professors, and recruiters focusing on occupations and career guidance.
- Provides on/off-line specialized training for occupation and career path guidance personnel such as counselors in employment centers, recruiting staff in universities, and employment-related agencies run by local government or private entities.