GUIDED CAREER EXPLORATION

Career Exploration Tools
Take a virtual walk through career options that match
your student’s skills and interests.

CAREER-PATH FINDERS FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS

Tie-in skills and career interests with relevant jobs from today’s job market. Using Talismatic, students can learn which skills & programs lead toward fruitful careers – simplifying their choices for majors and course selection.

LIVE jobs
MATCH SKILLS
WITH JOBS
Find LIVE jobs associated with a set of selected skills.
CAREER OPTIONS
BROWSE THROUGH
CAREER OPTIONS
View all the career possibilities tied-in with multiple programs
job market trends
JOB MARKET
TRENDS & INSIGHTS
Identify top hiring companies, cities & peak hiring periods

CAREER-READY STUDENTS

While Talismatic’s dashboard enables easy visualization of job-demand, our granular reports enable you to dive deeper with insights on Top Hiring Companies, Employment hub-spots, Peak Hiring Seasons & Job-search cycles.

career ready
CAREER RESEARCH

CAREER RESEARCH ON-THE-GO

Talismatic’s bite-sized insights and easy-access dashboards are perfect for quick career research. Simply enter the skills and get ready statistics on career performance, expected salary ranges & hiring companies to determine a particular stream is a viable career option for your students.

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