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Career Interests Test - IDR Labs

yeghor

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Your career code is ICR. Investigative Conventional Realistic.

Career Interests Test

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Explanation of Domains:
Investigative


Conventional


Realistic


Artistic, Enterprising and Social Trait definitions are available at the end of the test.
 

silverknightgothic

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career-interests


A person’s top three domains is called their career code. Your career code is CIA.
 

Methylene

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A person’s top three domains is called their career code. Your career code is IER.

Investigative, enterprising, realistic
 

Saturnal Snowqueen

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Investigative
Those with high I scores tend to be intellectually curious, using their abstract reasoning skills to figure things out. Always asking “how” or “why” something works, they prefer environments where they can mull things over for a long time in order to arrive at observations that are comprehensive and in-depth. They enjoy observing and learning about phenomena for a long time before voicing their opinion.

People with high I scores often find that they are at their best when analyzing problems and ideas. They tend to prefer working with ideas, numbers, and data, as opposed to managing the emotions of others. Similarly, they prefer to remain in the domain of abstract analysis as opposed to having to do a lot of hands-on work themselves. In short, high I-scorers are unconventional and independent thinkers who like to immerse themselves in problems and data. They often live in their mind and prefer to deal with the real world from a distance.

Popular careers among people with high I scores include mathematics and engineering, computer science, data analysis, economics, and urban planning as well as all manner of academic research and all of the natural sciences.

Artistic
Those with high A scores have usually been artistic and creative from a young age, excelling in all kinds of activities that rewarded uniqueness of expression. A-scorers are people who tend to have a strong intuition and are often sensitive to finely-masked aesthetic details that others might miss, just as they tend to enjoy a wide range of activities related to drama, art, creative writing, music, and/or dance.

People with high A scores often prefer to work independently. They are not necessarily introverted, but often find that working with others can decrease their opportunities for innovative self-expression through unusual creative choices. As a rule, their ideal workplace is one where they can they can utilize their imagination to produce original arrangements, ideas, and works of art without getting bogged down in details or the expectations of others. Environments that are more flexible than structured are often a boon to them, as rigid regulations or procedures often cause them to feel stifled and frustrated.

Popular careers among people with high A scores include fashion and beauty, interior decorating, music, drama, creative writing (including screenwriting), photography, performing arts, and applied and visual arts as well as all manner of design.

Enterprising
Those with high E scores are outgoing, charismatic, and adventurous individuals. They are not afraid of taking risks when they believe the outcome will be beneficial. They enjoy communicating and socializing with others, but their main goal in doing so lies not so much in the socialization itself as in managing, leading, or persuading others to work toward the goals that the Enterprising type has envisioned.

Leadership positions tend to come easily to people with high E scores, as they often find that those around them instinctively seem to trust their judgment and decision-making capabilities. They often have a knack for influence, encouragement, and persuasion, which they use to move others and inspire them to get behind the projects of their choosing. Many with high E scores also tend to see articles of status and power as the just desserts of a successful person who has deployed their talents to the fullest, and thus, they tend to pursue careers that might afford them these things if they do well.

Popular careers among people with high E scores include leadership, fundraising, management, politician, lobbyist, sales representative, advertising, and legal work where the cases are centered around persuading people.
 

Cor Luctis

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Doctor Anaximander

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No wonder I drink a vat of vodka every night after work. My job is almost a complete opposite

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Norexan

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A person’s top three domains is called their career code. Your career code is SRE.



Social
Those with high S scores tend to be friendly, caring, sincere, and empathic individuals. They enjoy helping people find their way in life and genuinely care about the well-being of others. Sensitive and compassionate, people with high S scores are often drawn to careers where they can build meaningful relationships with others and where opportunities for human flourishing are abundant.

Valuing human connections, teamwork, and a conversational approach, people with high S scores tend to feel energized when they can see the positive effect that their work has on other people. Conversely, they can quickly become burnt out if their job offers few opportunities for human connection. Focusing on things or data (as opposed to people) is chiefly important to them in terms of the effect these things have on human flourishing. They thrive in careers where they can make a difference in someone’s life, whether by informing, educating, nurturing, or healing others. Almost any task that requires building human rapport is one that they excel in.

Popular careers among people with high S scores include psychotherapy, childcare, community and educational services, education, human resources, doctoring, nursing, and recreation and fitness, as well as all manner of social work, training, and youth work.


Realistic
Those with high R scores enjoy working with real-world objects and challenges in order to accomplish things. Occupations where they can bring their talents to bear on physical things such as objects, tools, buildings, machines, and landscapes will often be among their preferred lines of work. Even as children, these people were often quite savvy with things that required tweaking or fixing.

Ultimately, those with high R scores are focused on the bottom line and like to get things done. They are practical, no-nonsense individuals who approach problems by jumping right in and getting their hands dirty. They solve the challenges on their plate by actions and deeds, rather than by sitting around talking about them. For the same reason, they are often quite self-assured, as they have found that most tasks can be solved by the application of grit common-sense beliefs. Conversely, jobs that require a lot of politicking or undue theorizing can often seem silly to them.

Popular careers among people with high R scores include property and logistics management, procurement management, police and the military, and construction operations as well as all kinds of mechanical, engineering, and inspection work.

Enterprising
Those with high E scores are outgoing, charismatic, and adventurous individuals. They are not afraid of taking risks when they believe the outcome will be beneficial. They enjoy communicating and socializing with others, but their main goal in doing so lies not so much in the socialization itself as in managing, leading, or persuading others to work toward the goals that the Enterprising type has envisioned.

Leadership positions tend to come easily to people with high E scores, as they often find that those around them instinctively seem to trust their judgment and decision-making capabilities. They often have a knack for influence, encouragement, and persuasion, which they use to move others and inspire them to get behind the projects of their choosing. Many with high E scores also tend to see articles of status and power as the just desserts of a successful person who has deployed their talents to the fullest, and thus, they tend to pursue careers that might afford them these things if they do well.

Popular careers among people with high E scores include leadership, fundraising, management, politician, lobbyist, sales representative, advertising, and legal work where the cases are centered around persuading people.
 

Pessimistic Hippie

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Conventional

Popular careers among people with high C scores include accountant, bookkeeper, business administration, computing, data administration, finance, and insurance calculations, as well as legal and paralegal work where the cases and law are centered around hard data.
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Fascinating. I didn't see myself doing this kind of work. But they were on the money when they described the need to have the work environment be very orderly and structured. So maybe :O
 
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