Adults and students, once you view your free career test results, please print, email, or copy and paste your unique link to reference your career test results again. Your results will display an interest score for each career category. This means you can view just how interested you are in a variety of career fields, not just a few. You may have identical scores in more than one top career category as well. It is useful to consider each career category you scored high in (the range is 0% interest to 100% interest) and consider careers that may be a blend of two careers.
For a quick example, let’s say you score high in art and technology in your career test results, you could research a career as a graphic artist, web designer, or video game designer as these professions use technology and art. If you are interested in healthcare and technology, there are data scientists in the healthcare field. It’s also important to view your ideal work environment as well. Whether you are a student or adults, consider what work environment you’d prefer and what type of work environment the careers you research have.
These test results are free, student-friendly, and do not require any personal information or payment to take the test. You will also be given a unique link to view your career test results anytime in the future. Though kids and teens can also take this, our Grade Level reading scores indicate it is more appropriate for people who can read at a 9th grade level. Teachers, if you have younger students or struggling readers, you may need to be available to answer questions to ensure your students understand the statements in the career test that they may question.