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Test your career aptitude, job interests, and personality traits to find the right job for you. This free career assessment takes only 15 minutes and measures key interests and personality traits to show you the exact careers that suit your strengths. Based on the powerful Holland Code and Big Five systems, this career test is suitable for adults and students age 16 and up.

To take the career test, mark your interest in each activity shown.

Do not worry about whether you have the skills or training to do an activity, or how much money you might make. Simply think about whether you would enjoy doing it or not.

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Career Test FAQ

Q. How does the Career Personality Profiler™ aptitude test determine what career is right for me?

A. The Career Personality Profiler test measures your personality traits, strengths, values, and interests, and uses those scores to match you with a list of ideal careers. The career assessment is based on two scientifically validated models for career planning: The Big Five model of personality traits, and the Holland Code model of career interest assessment. Using a unique combination of these two powerful career matching systems, the career test will determine which jobs are most likely to match your aptitude and satisfy your individual personality and motivational factors.

Q. Is this a free career test?

A. Yes, this career test is free to take and to receive your basic results. You do not need to provide your email address. If you choose, you can purchase a comprehensive full report after viewing your free results.

Q. What is the best career test?

The best career test is one that has been professionally developed and validated, based on sound principles of career planning. Truity's Career Aptitude Test is based on the gold standard Holland Code methodology and has been extensively validated with a global sample. The career test combines interests and personality to provide the best recommendations for your career path.

When looking to decide what career is best for you, there are various types of career tests you can choose, each with their own benefits. These include:

  • Personality assessments. This type of test can help you find a career that suits your core personality traits and innate talents. A personality career test will measure your personality traits, and then show you what careers people with similar personality traits have chosen. Common career tests of this type include the MBTI® assessment and Keirsey Temperament Sorter.
  • Interest assessments. This type of career test can help you find a job where the day-to-day requirements are a good match for the tasks and activities you enjoy doing. A career interests test will measure how much you like various categories of work tasks, and match you to jobs that are a good fit for those tasks. Career tests of this type include the Strong Interest Inventory and Self-Directed Search.
  • Career aptitude tests. An aptitude test can measure a variety of determinants of job aptitude, including personality and interests, as well as skills like reasoning ability, reading comprehension, or intelligence. Skills-based aptitude tests are more often found when being evaluated for a particular job role, while more general aptitude tests can help you figure out what careers suit your natural inclinations.

If you are planning a new career or making a career change, the best career test is one that will give you a comprehensive assessment of your personality, interests, aptitude, and strengths. A multi-dimensional career assessment will help you to consider all the important factors that drive career satisfaction, and plan your career path in a holistic way. Truity's career aptitude test evaluates both your personality and interests, so that you can choose a career that suits your natural talents as well as your real-world experiences.

Q. How long does the career test take to complete?

A. The career aptitude assessment consists of 94 questions. It takes about 10-15 minutes to complete.

Q. What will my career test results look like?

A. When you complete the Career Personality Profiler test, you will first be shown a brief, free summary of your results and career recommendations. Then, you may choose to unlock your full report for a small fee. To see what you can expect from your full report, check out this career test sample report.

Q. Is this career test appropriate for adults making a career change?

A. Yes, the Career Personality Profiler job aptitude test is ideal for adults who may be changing careers or planning their next step. This career test will allow you to reference your past career experiences, as well as your knowledge of what you have liked and disliked on the job, to better understand how to plan a career move that suits you. In addition, the personality assessment included in this career test will ensure that your career recommendations are tailored to who you truly are, not just where you've been so far.

Q. Is this career test appropriate for students?

A. This career aptitude test can provide useful career guidance for students over the age of 14, with parental guidance and support. Students who are mature, self-aware, and have had experience with a variety of activities and hobbies will experience the best results from this career assessment.

This career assessment is not recommended for children under the age of 14.

Q. Is this career test printable?

A. Yes. If you purchase your full career test report, this can be downloaded to PDF for easy printing and sharing.

Q. Is the career test accurate?

A. The Career Personality Profiler aptitude test has been researched extensively to ensure it is valid and reliable, using a variety of statistical methods. It is based on two established theories which have conclusively been shown to impact job fit and satisfaction: psychologist John Holland's theory of career interest assessment, and the Big Five personality model. While no career test can perfectly predict which career will suit you, an accurate career test like the Career Personality Profiler can show you how your innate talents and individual interests can map to your ideal career.

Q. How can I access my career test results?

A. After you take a test, you will have the option to create an account by entering your email address. If you create an account, you can view your test results at any time by returning to Truity.com and logging into your account. We do not email your results to you.

Q. Do I need to complete this career assessment all at once?

A. If you’ve created an account and are logged in when you take the test, your responses will be saved as you go through the test. If you do not log in to a Truity account before starting the test, your progress will not be saved and you will need to complete the test all at once.

Q. Are you going to sell my data?

A. . We do not sell your email or other personal data to any third parties, and we have a zero-spam policy. We carefully comply with applicable privacy laws in handling your personal information. You can read more in our privacy policy.

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