What does it mean to "fit" with a career? We measure it four different ways.
Will I find find this career interesting?
Research shows that people's interests in a career are the number one predictor of satisfaction.
Will I be good at this career?
Personality fit with a career is the best predictor of on-job performance. Jobs with high personality fit are not always obvious and might surprise you.
Will the typical workplace of this career make me happy?
Whether you prefer working indoors or outside, with supervisors or independently, workplace is a strong determinant of at-work happiness.
Will my life position help me get a job in this career?
Where you live, your experience, and your salary expectations are all important when looking at not just careers but jobs.
You can then sort and filter your matches based on what’s important to you. Do you care more about careers you’re interested in or ones with workplaces that fit your needs?
Dive deeper into your compatibility by viewing hundreds of career compatibility reports that describe how and why you fit against each career across over 100 traits.View Sample Career Report
Once you sign up, you’ll be taken directly to our assessment. Real time career recommendations improve as you answer more questions. You can log back in at anytime and take it at your own pace.
To help you think through career decisions, your personality report broadly outlines your ideal work environment, your strengths, and things that might frustrate you on the job.View Sample Personality Report
The trait report takes a detailed look into all of your 126 traits and how your scores compare to the rest of the world.View Sample Trait Report
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