Career Test

This career quiz helps you find out what job fits your personality. As you make your choices, assume that all jobs are of equal pay and prestige. When you have answered each of the questions, click “Next” to go on. There are 12 questions.

 

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1. You were asked to help with organizing a fair. You did a great job and you and a stranger will both receive $1000.
You decide who is this stranger. You choose somebody who

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2. You're working on a project and there are three tasks that need to get done. Two tasks are extremely boring and the third is interesting. What is interesting to you?

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3. Which would you rather do?

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4. Do you follow the rules or are you rebellious?

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5. Which of these do you consider yourself?

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6. I generally...

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7. At work, you would rather?

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8. A few years ago, you helped Anthony find a job but then you moved to a different city. Yesterday, out of blue, Anthony wrote you a positive recommendation on LinkedIn. Why do you think he did that?

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We created these career or employment quizzes to provide you with an entertaining way to start exploring your possible or most desired future line of work. When you have taken some of these quizzes, the chances are that not all of your concerns and questions will be answered, but tests like these will be helping you to discover your right track to get rewarding and satisfying career outlooks.

6 Personality Types

The questions in this career test are in line with the John Holland Code.

About the Holland Code: scientist and researcher John Holland has developed a method in which he divides job applicants into six broad personality categories to determine possible employment pathways.

All six categories are including both positive and negative personality qualities, and it is important to stress that not one of these categories is better or worse than one of the other categories.

Doing our quizzes will help you not only discover your best career track, but it will also help you to get to know yourself better.

If you would like to have a satisfying career, you better start focusing on what interests you, instead of being led by your qualifications.

A great way to discover what career may suit you best is checking out what occupations are in line with your interests.