You’re a Helper
Your primary interest area is Social, which means you are a helper interested in improving the lives of other people through your work. Helpers want to be of service to others, and like to help them learn and develop. They enjoy teaching, counseling, and assisting people in need.
Helpers like a people-oriented work environment where they can interact with and serve others. They often enjoy working with children or the elderly. Helpers typically prefer to avoid jobs that require too much time working with machines or data.
Helpers like their work best when they can make a positive impact on people’s lives. As a Helper, your primary career goal will be to find a job that is consistent with your values, where you can feel that you are making a difference in the lives of other people.
Some sample careers for Helpers include teacher, counselor, human resources manager, social worker, and nurse.
Section II: Your Score Summary
In this section, you will see how you scored for each of the 6 interest areas.
Building careers are those that involve mechanics and construction, working with machines, or using physical skills. Builders are often attracted to careers in the military or law enforcement, construction, mechanics, and athletics.
Your interest level for the Building career area is low.
Thinking careers are those that involve research, analysis, and solving abstract or theoretical problems. Thinkers are often attracted to careers in the sciences, computers and technology, mathematics, and medicine.
Your interest level for the Thinking career area is high.
Creating careers are those that involve artistic expression, imagination, and the creative use of language. Creators are often attracted to careers in performing or visual art, music, writing, and all areas of design.
Your interest level for the Creating career area is moderate.
Helping careers are those that involve assisting, teaching, or taking care of other people. Helpers are often attracted to careers in education, counseling, health care, social service, and human resources.
Your interest level for the Helping career area is high.
Persuading careers are those that involve leading, influencing, or managing others. Persuaders are often attracted to careers in business, management, sales, retail, and entrepreneurship.
Your interest level for the Persuading career area is low.
Organizing careers are those that involve managing data, files, and processes. Organizers are often attracted to careers in accounting, computers and information systems, administration, and office management.
Your interest level for the Organizing career area is low.
Section III: Exploring Careers
Now that you know what your top interest areas are, it’s time to put that information to work! You can now search for careers based on your interest profile.
Take a moment to review your results for each of the 6 interest areas. Choose one or two interest areas that sound the most appealing to you. Also, choose one or two areas that you know are not right for you.
Have a good idea of your top interest areas, and the ones you want to avoid? Great! You’re going to use this information to search our careers database. Click the button below to open up the search tool. It will open in a new window, so you can easily refer back to this page if you need to.