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Are You Looking To Enhance Your Career Or Transition Into A New Career?

The Virtual Workforce Assessment Network offers job seekers access to cutting-edge tools that match a person's personality, interests, and values to the requirements of over 800 occupations.

In addition, our state-of-the-art Database Position Linkage System allows organizations to search for potential job applicants that are well-matched for a position they desire to fill. Our system compares a profile of each job seekers' personal attributes to the job requirements and preferences supplied by an organization. Organizations may then invite potential applicants to formally apply for a position. Prior to accepting an invitation to apply for a position, all candidates remain anonymous in our system.

 

testOur system is built upon the Occupation Information Network (O*NET), which is the most extensively researched and comprehensive system of information on jobs in the United States.1


Footnotes:

1Peterson, N. G., Mumford, M. D., Borman, W. C., Jeanneret, P. R., Fleishman, E. A., & Levin, K. Y. (2001). Understanding work using the Occupational Information Network (O*NET): Implications for practice and research. Personnel Psychology, 54, 451—492.

 

Why Should I Join The VWAN?

The VWAN offers the following services to job seekers:

  • A comprehensive profile based on sound, validated measures that describes the job seekers’ standing on occupational and job relevant attributes, including: abilities, skills, interests, personality, and work history.
  • Vocational guidance is prepared by our qualified staff of counseling psychologists. Suitability is assessed with over 800 occupations based upon a fit among job seeker preferences and abilities, and the ability and skill requirements of occupations.
  • Gap Analysis: If a gap exists between a desired position and a job seeker’s skill level, recommendations for personal development will be provided.
  • Score and feedback reports that help guide individuals' career exploration process by recommending occupations to consider.

Research demonstrates that there are positive outcomes associated with optimizing individuals' fit at work, including higher levels of job satisfaction and lower intentions to quit a job.2


Footnotes:

2Kristof-Brown A. L., Zimmerman R. D., & Johnson E. C. (2005). Consequences of individuals’ fit at work: A meta-analysis of person-job, person-organization, person-group, and person-supervisor fit. Personnel Psychology, 58, 281—342.

 


How Can My Career Start Benefiting From VWAN's Services?

To start benefiting from our services, join the Virtual Workforce Assessment Network by accessing the Job Seeker Registration page.

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