Tuesday, March 04, 2008

And what do YOU want to be when you grow up?

Career Inventory Test Results

Emotional Stability63%

You are a Planner, possible professions include - management consultant, economist, scientist, computer programmer, environmental planner, new business developer, curriculum designer, administrator, mathematician, psychologist, neurologist, biomedical researcher, strategic planner, civil engineer, intellectual properties attorney, designer, editor/art director, inventor, informational-graphics designer, financial planner, judge.

And the caveat -
Keep in mind, your results are dependent on the accurate truth of your responses. Your scores and type, over the long term, will change as you do.

Oh, and by the way - my "job title" at work - Finance Manager - pretty much fits, I guess.


Michelle at Boulderneigh said...

Ah, come on, you have to tell us your current job description so we know if you're in the right profession!

Sharon said...

What a timely post. I have told two students who are close to finishing degrees that they no longer are interested in that they need to take an interest test. How does one get so far in their curriculum without direction?! I will be sharing this test. I took one when I went back to school and was happy for the suggestions. I used the information and loved my program. Thanks!