Jul 26, 2010

My Career and Personality

Due to the boredom that I am feeling with my job, I try Googling for a career personality test, which I luckily got from different website. I think the tests are having problems interpreting the career that I should have. Maybe I am not destined for one. According to Humanmetrics

Your Type is INTJ
Introverted Intuitive Thinking Judging
Strength of the preferences %
22       38        25       22
On the other test by Similarminds, they preferred me on some profession base on the personality that I have.
Extroversion ||||||||| 26%
Emotional Stability |||||||||||||||||| 56%
Orderliness ||||||||||||||| 50%
Altruism ||||||||||||||||||||| 63%
Inquisitiveness ||||||||||||||||||||| 70%

You are an Idealist, possible professions include - information-graphics designer, college professor, researcher, legal mediator, social worker, holistic health practitioner, occupational therapist, diversity manager, human resource development specialist, employment development specialist, minister/priest/rabbi, missionary, psychologist, writer

This assessment was further validated by iVillage.co.uk. with their career recommendation.
You would be very happy in a career that utilised your level-headedness, and allowed you to work mainly on your own. You want a career that allows you to stimulate your senses and your mind, without having to be involved with lots of people. Some careers that would be perfect for you are: 

  • Novelist

  • Photographer

  • Vet

  • Medical Technician 

  • Paralegal 

  • Geologist 

  • Marine Biologist 

  • Graphic Designer 

  • Online Content Developer
  • Webmaster

  • Computer Security

  • Producer

  • Computer Programmer

  • Technical Writer

  • Systems Analyst

  • Meteorologist

  • Artist

My concern now is what if this is not accurate? Will I still be successful cause I am really tempted to choose one of those job. I am just a person who hates failure and looking at those career recommendations. I think failing is part of the cycle. I am so confused and bored.

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