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Are you tired of people wanting to know what you want to be when you "grow up?" Trying to decide what kind of career you want to pursue for the rest of your life sounds daunting. However, the more you know about yourself, the better career choice you can make. Only YOU can decide which career is best for you. There are a lot of free online career assessments available that can help you with your decision. SRC has made it easy for you by compiling them all on one website. Click on the links and EXPLORE:
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www.jobehaviors.com - provides dozens of job-specific assessments for jobs in a variety of high-demand industries with the goal of helping people find the right job. By identifying the behaviors critical for success and job compatibility, the assessments identify the job that is the best behavioral fit for you.
http://www.free.typefocus.com/ - an online assessment that is similar to the Myers-Briggs and gives results in Myers-Briggs types. TypeFocus also offers a free report as well as two levels of more detailed results.
www.careerkey.org - Developed by Dr. Lawrence K. Jones, the assessment on this site measures your personality, finds jobs that match your skills, interests, and personality, and then provides links to the U.S. government's Occupational Outlook Handbook to learn more about the jobs that best fit you.
www.keirsey.com – AdvisorTeam presents the Temperament Sorter II -- the fun, interesting, and revealing questionnaire that tells you if you're an Artisan, Guardian, Rational or Idealist. This is the same instrument used in career development programs at Fortune 500 companies and in counseling centers and career placement centers at major universities.
https://www.careerkey.org/ - The Career Key website will help you in choosing a career, a college major, changing a career, and career planning.