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Customer Reviews

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August 15, 2020 - 8:05am
by Sebakunzi Matemane
This is is amazing. I appreciated this test.
August 14, 2020 - 5:39pm
by Ariel
Pretty spot on. Want to go back to school and it has helped with picking
August 14, 2020 - 2:38pm
by Angie77
I felt that the results about my personality-INFJ- were fairly accurate, and I enjoyed seeing myself in almost everything I read. I'm not sure that I'm overly excited about my career options I was given though. I'd love to hear about a career that involves creativity, helping people, but not in a managerial role...and still makes decent money (over $50k). I need to be able to support 2 teens- 8th and 12th graders. If anyone has any suggestions, I'm all ears :) I've been a cosmetologist..I didn't enjoy it though. Instead of being creative and helping people feel better about themselves, I got all the cranky people who told ME what to do and then complained about it afterwards.. No thanks. And I didn't make much money doing it either. Currently I'm a secretary and it's too monotonous.
August 13, 2020 - 6:22pm
by RachelleD
The whole career report is very elaborate in it's information. Staying quite to the point yet giving you some new information that you can easily put to work.
August 13, 2020 - 6:04pm
by Adrienne Davis
This report has really opened my eyes and has me thinking about what I really want in a career. Of course, most of want to work and earn enough money to where we’re comfortable, but this report has shown me that I can do that while also doing something that I thrive in and enjoy doing. I needed this.
August 13, 2020 - 11:55am
by Sean Lybeck-Smoak
This is great. Lots of information.
August 13, 2020 - 11:53am
by vrasp
Eye opening and an assurance that I'm not crazy. Since college to now (a few years later), I've always been attracted to things deemed impossible to achieve. And figured out a way to make them happen. However, whenever I joined an organisation, I'd quickly get bored by repetitive or grunt work. I'd also quickly make friends at the upper echelons and would soon know whoever there is to know. It made me a competent but insubordinate assistant. So I went on to work for myself, which was extremely rewarding despite the stress and the challenges posed by people not taking me seriously for my age. Most recently, I started working at a company to "run the course of necessary evil that is the work ladder" and was dealing with a detail-oriented but emotional, irrational boss. Nightmare galore. That was the final proof I needed to know that I'd only be able to work in leadership positions. Life has been pretty clear since then and this test assured me of the career paths I was contemplating just a few days ago!

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