This is one of the best questions I have ever seen on eNotes! I wish I had more expertise to offer in my answer. The choice of a career is the most important choice a person can make in his or her entire life, and it is especially important for young people because the way they get started often determines what they will be doing until they are ready to retire. School have counselors to advise students in choosing their majors and in other such academic matters; but I don't believe that the public school system offers enough help in choosing careers. At best they have counselors who can tell students what fields offer opportunities because of a growing demand for labor; but just because there are opportunities in a particular field doesn't mean that a student is psychologically suited to work in that field. And I think there are a great many people in the working world who are square pegs in round holes or round pegs in square holes. Your idea of Career Teachers is an excellent one! I think the schools are moving slowly in that direction, but the movement is glacial, partly because of lack of funding. They could have entire courses in high school devoted to psychological self-assessment, career choice, as well as career opportunities. Maybe they already do, but I don't think there are many. You use the words "neutral/non-biased advice." I think that is wise, because outside interests try to exert influence to have intelligent young people guided towards their employment offices. In the meantime an intelligent student, like yourself, can and should do a lot of private soul-searching and can find a lot of information about career decisions and psychological self-assessment in books and on the Internet.