About US

Our Story

CareerBlox is an organisation that grew out of a passionate belief that we all have the potential to create happier, more meaningful lives. With the knowledge that most of us spend around a third of our lives at work, helping people build more meaningful and engaging careers became our focus. The science of positive psychology (sometimes referred to as the science of wellbeing) provides an evidence base for our wellbeing-centred strategies, while evidence-based career development advice ensures our service offerings will give you the very best opportunity to build your thriving career.

Our Approach

Finding work that makes you happy can be like finding a needle in a haystack. To make things a little easier, we’ve sought out the latest research and developed an evidence-based approach to help you improve your career wellbeing.

Here are some of the ways we can help:

Strengths Approach

We’ll help you understand who you are  at your best.
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Coaching

We’ll help you explore options, create goals, and build pathways.

Career Counselling

We’ll listen to your story and help you create positive change.

Career Theory

We’ll use evidence-based models to inform our advice.

Data Driven

We work with the latest labour market information.

Individuals with High Career Wellbeing are More Than Twice as Likely To be Thriving in Life

the Benefits of a wellbeing approach

Wellbeing in career relates to how we feel about what we do every day. It is our ability to feel good and function effectively while we navigate the highs and lows of life. The Gallup Organisation identified career wellbeing as one of the five broad categories that are essential for overall wellbeing finding that when we are feeling good and functioning well in our careers we are twice as likely to be thriving in life. 

Evidence shows that individuals with high levels of wellbeing are likely to:

  • feel more engaged at work
  • feel more satisfied with their job
  • be more productive
  • experience less burnout
  • have less unhealthy days