CIS offers the following types of career assessments:
What are you interested in?
These assessments are built from the work of psychologist John Holland, who noticed that people interested in the same kinds of things tended to enjoy the same types of work. THIS Wikipedia article explains more.
Try the CIS "Career Cluster Inventory" or "Interest Profiler" (either the short or long form).
...You guessed it! Look for the "SKILLS" assessment, which helps you figure out which skills you'd enjoy
using at work.
(Use the "Select Skills" option, which allows you to drag and drop each item.)
CIS also offers the "Workplace Employability Skills" assessment, which allows you gauge where you're at
with workplace readiness.
It's sometimes overlooked, but matching your core values to a possible career is an important step in finding future job satisfaction.
The values assessment CIS offers is called the "Work Importance Locator."