Free Job Quiz

This free job quiz takes only 2-3 minutes and requires no registration. Additionally, you’ll receive a unique code to access your results anytime within the next 12 months. Enjoy!

Disclaimer: Before you start the test, please consider the following: the test results are provided to you for the purpose of discovering your interests, your likes and dislikes and contemplating on what you may want to do in the future. Our tests are not psychological tests, nor do they indicate that you excel in a certain field of interest. Our tests do not amount to professional career advice. Our terms of use contain a disclaimer.


Work in a fast-paced environment.


Help or mentor kids.


Work with animals.


Work that is physically demanding.


Work in a store.


Assist a wide variety of customers.


A job that has to do with sports.


Work with technology.


Work around food.


Be a role model for kids.


Learn about animals.


A job with limited interaction with customers.


Work mainly indoors.


Work at a hotel or movie theater.


Work around athletes.


Educate others about technology.

Please answer the highlighted question set(s) before proceeding.
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About this Free Job Quiz for Students

This free job quiz is useful if you are looking for an entry level position. Alternately, if you are looking for a part-time position it can help find a job you will enjoy. There are questions you will answer that will analyze your interest against 8 broad categories. The categories include jobs working with animals, technology, retail, food, sports, kids, hospitality, and those that are physically demanding.

Obtaining an entry-level job offers a number of advantages when exploring a potential career. First, you will gain valuable hands-on experience. This experience allows you to develop the practical skills and knowledge that complement your education. Second, an entry-level position can also provide you with valuable networking opportunities. Networking with others in the same career field can be helpful in the future and they may offer valuable guidance. Also, don’t forget that an entry-level position is a great testing ground to confirm if a chosen career will aligns with your interests in the long run. Finally, you’ll also learn skills that will be helpful in the future such as teamwork, communication, and problem-solving.

To continue your research, visit our careers page and use the on-the-job filter. You can also visit the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics website to further explore careers.