are things you’re naturally good at – like solving problems, being persuasive or being organised.
Understanding them can help you see which jobs you’d be good at.
are things you develop through work or study – like public speaking, using other languages, teaching people, programming computers.
You can match your skills to the ones employers are looking for.
are things you enjoy and have an interest in – like going to gigs, playing football or baking.
Your interests can help you choose a career you’ll love.
are your career goals – the jobs you dream of doing and want to work towards.
All of these things linked together can help you make decisions about your career.