Which career suits my personality?

Job test: which job suits me?

Which job fits me?

Have you graduated from high school and still don't know exactly where you are going in life? But maybe you still have a few years ahead of you and just want to know which professions might be right for you. Regardless of the situation you find yourself in - if you are wondering "Which profession suits me?", Then you have come to the right place with our professional test.

About the job test

In our job test (also called job selection test or career choice test) we ask you 70 questions about your personality, interests and strengths. In these 70 questions, our system gets to know you very well and can assess your personality very well. The job test is based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). This allows you to assign your personality to one of 16 psychological types. A distinction is made between the indicators motivation (extraversion and introversion), attention (intuition and sensory technology), decision (thinking and feeling) and lifestyle (perception and assessment). Incidentally, this assignment is often used in the field of coaching and human resources. The first official version of the MBTI appeared in 1962, but it was only through the books by David Keirsey that it really became known. To this day, the MBTI is one of the most frequently used personality tests.

In addition to the personality type, the interests and strengths of each person also play an important role. Therefore, this job test is not limited to questions about personality.

Who is the job test aimed at?

Every high school student will at some point ask themselves the question "Which job suits me?". This test is basically aimed at people of all ages, but is especially important for students to find a career. It does not matter whether it is a secondary school student, a comprehensive school student, a secondary school student or a high school student - whether with or without a high school diploma, this job test is relevant for everyone. The aim should be to think out of the box and get ideas for a possible career. When the job description is clear, the next steps can be planned - for example, whether an apprenticeship or a degree is necessary.

Apprenticeship or studies?

The question of whether you should complete an apprenticeship or a degree is closely linked to this job test. Of course, you should think about whether you would rather complete an apprenticeship or pursue a degree. However, it is advisable to put the question about the right job first and then look for a possible path. The apprenticeship always has the advantage of a quick entry into the job, the study is a rather longer route, but often offers better salary options due to better qualifications. In some areas, both paths lead to a job, but the question should be left behind.

About the job test evaluation

After the test, each participant receives their personal evaluation - free of charge, of course. There you will receive an assessment of your personality according to MBTI, relevant career suggestions for you, and an overview of your interests and strengths. It is best to print out this evaluation, because it will help you for a lifetime. It is important to know where the strengths and also where the weaknesses lie. For every type of person there are suitable job profiles that are precisely based on their strengths and interests. It's just important to find this and visualize whether you can see yourself there. Whether you take this direction for yourself or not is of course up to you.

Aim of the career choice test

Our goal is to show (young) people where their strengths lie and how they can use them to make progress in life and to be successful. Finding the right and suitable job can be a real fulfillment and contribute a lot to the quality of life. We wish you too that you get this fulfillment.