All students in the middle and high school face the challenge of self-determination in professional activities. Someone from primary school already knows what profession he wants to learn, and someone cannot decide on the direction even after graduation exams. Many schools conduct various career guidance activities, which, unfortunately, do not stick to the regular methodology. They can be limited to passing standard well-known tests, and consultations with psychologists, especially personal ones, are few and far between. Therefore, the results of such career guidance are difficult to consider as sufficiently substantiated and correct.