The Career Interests Profiler assesses your interest in a variety of activities, industries and occupations to determine the careers and areas of study you are most likely to enjoy. This career test is suitable for a wide range of people and contains an extensive database of more than 500 careers and courses.
Is this an accurate career test?
The Career Interests Profiler was developed by professional Career Consultant, Katie Roberts (B Sc. (Psych & Mgmt), MBTI®, CDAA). Katie is the Director of Katie Roberts Career Consulting and a professional member of the Career Development Association of Australia.
“When I first started working as a Career Consultant, I tested a number of career assessments to find a suitable one to use with my clients. Unfortunately the majority of assessments I tested produced inaccurate results. As a result, I developed my own assessment, aiming to accurately identify the careers that best suit an individual’s interests and values.
Since launching the Career Interests Profiler, people from all over the world including Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom have taken the assessment to help them make an informed career choice. The feedback has been very positive with a number of Career Advisors, Employment Consultants and Teachers now recommending it to their students and clients.”
Katie Roberts, Career Consultant
How does it work?
The career assessment takes approximately 20 minutes and involves rating your level of interest in a variety of activities, industries and occupations from strongly like to strongly dislike.
At the end of the assessment, you will receive your Career Report detailing your highest scoring careers, suggested areas of study, an action plan and recommended websites.
What else can I get?
To learn about career options that match your personality type, we recommend you also take the Career Personality Profiler. In your Career Personality Report you will discover the careers that suit your personality type and learn about your preferred work tasks and ideal work environment.
Why should I take this assessment?
According to a study conducted by Professor Charles Birch and Management Consultant David Paul, titled ‘Life and Work,’ 88% of people are dissatisfied with their job. Unhappiness at work not only affects you, it also affects your family and friends.
Considering the number of hours we work each week, it is important that we find a job that interests us. Life is short! Why not enjoy each day rather than spend every week looking forward to the weekend?
Our career assessment identifies the careers and courses that you are most likely to enjoy, providing you with a lifestyle choice, not just a job. By completing the assessment, you will gain an insight into the careers that match your interests, values and personality, the first step to finding a job you love.
“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.”