Career Test Free for Students & Adults
Free test is 2-3 minutes. No Registration.
About the Career Test
New! We are offering 4 college or trade school scholarships (link opens in a new window) that you can apply for. Colleges and teachers can share this with your students.
You can keep up-to-date with improvements to this site from the Important Information page. Teachers and academic advisors may find this useful to check out periodically.
The Career Tests
This free career test is free for anyone. School districts use the test for middle and high school students. Colleges use the test as well to help potential students with their career exploration before choosing a degree. Workforce centers also find it useful when working with adults who are considering a career change.
Test for Students
Students in middle school, high school, or college may find it helpful to speak to a career counselor, academic advisor, or guidance counselor about their career test results. It's also highly encouraged that test takers continue their career research.
Free Test Results
There are other tests on YourFreeCareerTest. The tests on this site require no registration or payment of any kind. For instance, you do not need to create a username or password, or provide an email address to take this test and receive your career results.
Print or Email Career Test Results
You can also print your career test results or email a link to your results with up to three people. Students may email their results to their teachers, guidance counselors, academic advisors, parents, and/or friends.
YourFreeCareerTest.com does not store addresses or names used to email the test results. This is important to note because if you (or a student) looses your test results, there is no way for YourFreeCareerTest to retrieve them as we have no identifiable information attached to any one person's results. The test is short though, so anyone can take the test again.
Online career tests (whether free career assessment tests or paid career tests) are useful to help you discover your career interests. However, continued research is important. You can continue career research on YourFreeCareerTest after taking our tests. There are additional tools as well. Career information about the U.S. market can also be found in the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Handbook (link opens in a new window).
Careers and Education
Adults with a higher education (past a high school diploma or equivalent) are more likely to be employed in careers that pay well. They are also more likely to hold professional jobs and jobs in management than adults with less education. The higher the education, the low the unemployment rate as well.
If you are a middle or high school teacher in a public school within the United States, you can email email@example.com if you'd like free materials for your class. Specify how many students are in your class, their grade, and your school's address. We do not have the resources to send supplies to a school's entire student body, so please consider a group of students who may benefit and we're happy to send materials your way. Most classrooms are 35 students or less.
If you'd like materials for a larger number of students, you can print the Career Exploration booklets we mail to teachers on your printer or order them from a printing company. These booklet directions provide the link to download the pdf to print yourself along with directions on how to order from the print company we use that often provides 40% discounts on booklets.
In 2017-2018, YourFreeCareerTest launched four college and trade school scholarships (link opens in a new window) that you can share with your students.
The main career test on YourFreeCareerTest.com has been translated. Organizations and countries have translated these for us so their population can use the test freely. If you'd like a translation or see an error in a translation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can email email@example.com with any questions. School districts use this site so we often reject any advertising inquiries that are not student-friendly or would create a poor user experience for our users. You are welcome to email us if your opportunity aligns with our content and would benefit our users.
If you would like to contact us, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will try to respond to your inquiry within 2 business days. Our phone number is (480) 382-3580. You will be sent to a voicemail where you can leave a message and we'll also reply back within 2 business days.