Career Interest Profiler

This assessment is designed to help you explore your interests and identify potential career paths that align with your strengths and preferences.
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Find your career fit

Whether you're just starting out in your career or looking to make a change, the Career Interest Profiler can help you take the next step. Finding “career fit” in your career discovery process depends on your preferences and personality and interests, to gauge role fit, culture fit, and job domain fit.

Benefits

Once you've finished the assessment, you'll receive a detailed report that includes a list of careers that may be a good fit for you based on your interests and preferences. You'll also receive information about the education and training requirements for each career, as well as the job outlook and potential earnings.

Find your career fit
Choosing a career can be a tough task where you feel uncertainty and that you’re muddling through the unknown. Our assessment is backed by years of research and has been used by millions people to find fulfilling careers.

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Take this assessment when
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and ready to focus.
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Our instructions will guide
you through the process. It’s
easy - just go with your gut
feeling.
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you will receive your
feedback immediately
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        Frequently asked questions

        How can a personality test affect your career options?

        Personality tests can play a great role in shaping your career options by helping you identify your unique strengths, interests, and work style. They can provide valuable insights into your character traits and how they might affect your job performance and satisfaction. For example, if you're an introverted person who prefers working alone, a personality test can suggest careers that allow you to work independently, such as a writer or researcher. Similarly, if you're an outgoing person who enjoys interacting with others, a personality test can suggest careers that involve public speaking, such as a salesperson or a teacher.
        Approach personality tests with an open mind and use the results as a starting point for self-reflection and career exploration. These tests should not be the sole factor in making career decisions. They are only one piece of the puzzle, and other factors such as educational background, work experience, and personal interests matter a lot.

        How to find a career that fits your personality?

        Many wonder “What career is right for me?” and it’s a very serious question, but take it easy. Finding a career that fits your personality is an important step towards job satisfaction and fulfillment. Try these steps:
        1. Self-Assessment: take some time to reflect on your values, interests, skills, and personality traits. You can take personality tests such as the Career Interest Profiler, the Big Five Personality Traits test, and the Values test to get an idea of your personality type.
        2. Research different career fields that align with your interests and skills. Simply Google it.
        3. Network by reaching out to professionals in industries that interest you and conduct informational interviews. Steve Jobs once got an internship by calling up the owner of HP using the phone book and asking him for spare parts!
        4. Internships and Job Shadowing: try apprenticeships, internships and short job shadowing stints to see what makes you tick and interested in the work!
        5. Trial and error: muddle through. It’s ok, it is what 80%+ of us go through! :)
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