Essay about Career Assessment Of A Personality Test

732 Words Mar 15th, 2016 3 Pages
Career Assessment
When I was told we were going to be taking a personality test, I was really at the least enthusiastic about it. In high school I was taken through countless tests that would “find the perfect job” for me, and they never seemed to help. This Jung Typology test was different, I was pleasantly surprised. The questions were much more motivation based instead of interest based. For me, interest based tests are unreliable, considering the fact that I am interested in everything. The test was very reliable and seemed to really highlight what my motivations are and what drives me the most. This is very important to me because I want to find a job in a field that I am passionate about and enjoy doing day in and day out. The results of this test were consistent with the way I perceive myself to be, making me believe it is much more reliable than any other personality test I have taken before. The test results revealed that I was an ENFJ (extravert, intuitive, feeling, and judging).
The career choices best suited for ENFJ’s are very broad. There are three main categories social services, technical/sciences, and management. Under social services, they recommend counselling, psychology, social work, or education. Out of these recommendations I am very interested in social work and education. I don’t want to necessarily become a teacher but I do love working with kids, and helping them out. I could do this with both education and social working. Under…

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