What's Your Ideal Career?
You tend to enjoy:
Working with animals, tools, or machines.
Studying / solving math or science problems.
Creative activities like art, drama, crafts, dance, music, or fiction writing.
Doing things to help people such as teaching or providing information.
Leading and persuading people, as well as selling products and ideas.
Working with numbers, records, or machines in a set, orderly way.
On the other hand, you tend to avoid:
Social activities that involve teaching, healing, or informing others.
Leading, selling, or persuading people.
Repetitive or highly ordered activities.
Using machines or tools to achieve a goal.
Activities that require careful observation and scientific, analytical thinking
Ambiguous, unstructured activities.
You are best at:
Mechanical things and working with new tools.
Understanding complex math and science problems.
Using your natural artistic abilities.
Counseling or explaining things to people.
Inspiring people and getting them to see things your way.
Getting your head around a bunch of numbers and facts at once.
You see yourself as:
Practical, mechanical, an realistic.
Precise, scientific, and intellectual.
Expressive, original, and independent.
Helpful, friendly, and trustworthy.
Energetic, ambitious, and sociable.
Orderly and good at following a set plan.
At school, you are most likely to:
Compete in athletic activities.
Do research in the library.
Perform in band or in a play.
Join a few clubs or volunteer for a favorite cause.
Run for student government.
Excel in all of your coursework.
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