Identify careers that are tailored to your interests

We all find some activities or topics more interesting than others. Your interests and the way you like to work are important aspects to consider when deciding on a career path. Answer these questions to find out if you prefer directive, social, methodical, objective or innovative work.

All questions must be answered.

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Doing the same task for a long period of time.
Building things and/or repairing them.
Exploring a subject from different points of view.
Finishing one job before you start the next.
Directing people in their activities.
Maintaining a steady pace throughout an activity.
Doing trial runs and applying changes.
Being responsible for organizing an activity and planning something for everyone to do.
Helping people solve their problems.
Being responsible for a project or activity and have to look after many different details to complete it.

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