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YouScience Co-Founder to Present at TEDxNashville

Betsy Wills, Co-Founder of YouScience, to Present “The Secret to Navigating a Lifetime of Transitions” at Nashville TEDx 2019

NASHVILLE, TN – YouScience, the nation’s leading aptitude-based career guidance platform, announced today that Betsy Wills, Co-Founder of YouScience, will present at TEDxNashville, TEDxWomen event on Friday December 6th from 1 – 5pm (CST).

TEDxWomen conferences bring together a global community of people interested in exploring how change begins: with innovative thinkers who catalyze ideas toward action. Over the past few years, TEDWomen and TEDxWomen have launched some power ideas into the world.

In her talk “The Secret to Navigating a Lifetime of Transitions”, Wills will share insights on how educational and career guidance has been transformed by now affordable and accessible aptitude assessments.  Because of the permanent nature of aptitudes, individuals of all ages and stages can learn about their areas of highest potential lead more satisfying work and personal lives.   As current generations of workers are living an average of 20 years longer than previous generations the workplace is having to convert to accept new norms, and retired workers are having to make retirement last longer. Learning how to leverage your abilities can lead to successful encore careers. “I’m excited to share with the Tedx audience information that can truly improve their lives.  Gaining a scientific understanding of what makes us “tick” is the crucial step to staying relevant and energized in our era of unprecedented change.”

Unlike traditional interest-based career tools, YouScience is the only platform that captures real measures of aptitudes and interests through a series of fun and engaging “brain games.” The program uses a scientific algorithm to provide users with a highly-personalized overview of their best-fit careers, along with detailed information on average salary, regional and national job demand, and education requirements. 

To learn more about YouScience, visit