Find yourself. Or at least find a job.
Our Careers Quiz will match you with the perfect job—whether it’s wedding planner or circus clown. Take the quiz and be the CEO of your own life.
Drag and drop the statements.
Number 1 (on top) describes you most accurately; Number 6 (at the bottom) describes you least accurately. Get to dragging and dropping!
Let's get physical.
I like to move it, move it! Give me a practical project, a mallet, and let me make something.Why do we ask?
Girl, look at that body... I work out.
Some people prefer to work with their hands. They are doers who are more concerned with the practical use of a project. Matching a career with your interests is key, and if you're the physical type that likes to make things with tools, then start adding to your career toolbox.
Some people wonder what might happen if they had a hammer - you've actually got one.
By golly, I think I've got it!
I want to be the first to solve a complex problem. Using the clues, I'd say it's Mr. Investigator, with a magnifying glass, in the Science lab.And we care because...?
If you enjoy a complex task and enjoy problem-solving, then bust out your white lab coat and start making sense of the many mysteries of the universe. Like how Kathy Griffin has a career.
Like to solve puzzles, perform research, and analyze and interpret information? If this is you, continue probing, prying, and putting everything to the test, including yourself and your career. Don't probe yourself too much though - that's the TSA's job.
Oh Crayon, Where Art Thou?
My eyes, through the painted lens (burnt sienna) of my life, are the windows to my soul. Who needs to make a lot of Monet?Say what?
You may prefer to exercise the right side of your brain more than your left by letting your creative juices flow. The only question is whether or not you like your creativity juice pulp-free.
If you value self-expression, are free-spirited, and can see nearly everything as art (splattered paint on a sidewalk - genius!), you may be one of those "artistic types". Woody Allen has made a bunch of movies about you.
Let my people go... have a nice life.
I'd like to help those less fortunate than myself. Then, if there's time left over, I'd even like to help those more fortunate than myself. Basically, if you need help, I'm there.What's this?
Some are "people" people - others would rather make do with a house full of cats. Different strokes.
If you feel like your value goes through the roof when you are working for others, and love the energy involved with collaboration, then you'll want to work in a social atmosphere.
If you're in it purely for the work and not at all for the people, then maybe not so much. It would explain why we never get a Christmas card from you.
I'm going to make you an offer you can't refuse.
I can sell, persuade, lead, compete, gain power and take risks, and I'm not afraid to use any of these tactics to get the job done. I'm a biz whiz. Not like the cheese.What's up?
Some people thrive when exercising their powers of persuasion. Others couldn't convince a cow to eat grass.
Do you know exactly what to say in order to get what you want and have the power to sell anything? Have your years of practicing mind games on your parents finally paid off?
Simon Says, "O-R-G-A-N-I-Z-E and D-E-F-I-N-E".
My philosophy is that life should fit in a 4X4 box in which everything is defined and in its place. Speaking of which, who moved my stapler?So what?
Some careers require you to be meticulous and systematic. You may actually need to keep a neat and orderly workspace with clearly defined paths not only in your work, but also through your office space.
If the desk in your bedroom looks more like a recycled paper repository, you may not be cut out for one of those jobs. By the way, we think we can smell some week-old lasagna in there somewhere.