Different kinds of career tests available.
The thinking preference of on the thinking feeling scale uses objective criteria to make decisions. They will analyze problems in a rational and impersonal way. An extreme thinker can ignore people’s feelings and needs. They can come seem tough minded. Continue reading
The feeling preference of the thinking feeling scale makes decisions subjectively. That is according to what is important to them (personal values). They consider the implications and how things will effect other people. Continue reading
The Thinking Feeling preference is about how we make decisions, how we evaluate information. Someone at the thinking end of the scale will use logic and rational criteria to make a decision. From the feeling end they will use personal values and considerations. Being on the extreme end of the scale for either preference can lead to problems. Continue reading
By Victor Ghebre
If you are not sure what you are interested in and what career path to choose, you’d find a career test especially useful, as it probes into your thoughts and reveals what you are interested in doing with your life and career. Continue reading
By Peter Fisher
Career tests are amongst many different related tools that can help make the early part of your job-search manageable, and thus set you on a shorter path to your ultimate goals. Career tests are essential tools in opening up new possibilities and helping you to make important career decisions at key points in your life. Most of these tests are used to provide an indication of which jobs match your personality type and which will provide maximum job satisfaction.
By Paul Arinaga
“I used to feel depressed at work, hate my boss, and was sometimes so bored that I actually fell asleep at my desk!” — career test taker
If this sounds like you, then it’s probably time to consider changing jobs or careers. But before you can make your career change, you need to figure out what you want to do.