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Customer Reviews

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September 7, 2020 - 6:15pm
by A
The most comprehensive career feedback I've received. Everything made sense and really verbalized concepts I wasn't able to quite put my finger on. I especially loved the highlights of strengths. Strengths are something I struggle to put into words, or even identify.
September 7, 2020 - 5:52pm
by Cam
How spot on of a report mine was is an understatement. As I was reading it I was getting more and more excited because of all the truths laid out right in front of my eyes. The report was not only helpful but very informative and motivating as well. I'd encourage anyone to make that investment in the full report because it's well worth it if you're serious about creating a meaningful life for yourself. Good luck!
September 7, 2020 - 9:24am
by Pete VanConant
I thought it hit the nail on the head. I'm in a good place in my career right now, but am looking to have more of a direct impact in people's lives. Being a person in IT doesn't give me the full-time ability to do that. It's an indirect impact to improving other's lives through giving them data to improve their efficiency or analysis.

However, what I really want and need is the face-to-face that allows me to hear what people are saying, feel their emotions, and offer guidance. People will stop by my office out of the blue to tell me their personal issues or about traumatic events in their lives. This has been going on for 30 years. But, I had a family to raise and couldn't take the risk of changing my career path.

I'm not sure what to do next, because I don't have the financial stability to get the required education and pursue another career that aligns with my personal strengths more closely. I guess I'll need to get more creative in how I get there.
September 6, 2020 - 10:00pm
by Shaz
Unbelievably and ridiculously right to the point! I wasn't sure about the Truity careers assessment program—after I had spent time and money on others' vender career assessments. I got introduced to Truity in my second year of graduate school, where students needed to start assessing and evaluating what direction they want to take as a career choice. After taking a Truity career assessment, I was shocked, how accurate and how insightful this program is by answering a few multiple-choice questions. Even better, the result is ready once you finish all the questions but, more importantly, how accurate the outcome is.
It is mind-blowing how accurate and directional this program is. It is shocking the proximity of choices you get base on only a few questions. What interesting in my career choice also gave me the desired career I often thought.
What is interesting about this program is that it does not only work for individuals in their early career who need to make a choice, what direction they need to take. But it also works for the more seasoned careerist or mid-level who are looking to change careers or to find out what are the other choices out there for them to make a move. For example, after ten years of working in the industry and being at the senior level, what was interesting that not only the program gave me the current position I have as one.
It was shocking based upon my response to the Truity questionnaire. Not only it gave me a choice as one of the career choices that I'm in, but it also gives me insight into how you can transition to other career choices without losing any momentum.
It would be great if this program exists in every college, university, or even at the high school level (seniors) who are not sure what direction to take? Or what are the choices they have or available to them? I feel this program would be extremely beneficial to every senior high school student.
As I mentioned above, Truity, by far, is the most precise career assessment program I have come across. If you are sincere, responding to the choices honestly not only gives you career options but also how in-depth you go finding your place. This program has been well taught and calculated where individuals find it exciting and entertaining to learn more about his or her-self concerning career approach.
September 5, 2020 - 7:25pm
by Anonymous
Great report! Very thorough and informative. I am glad that I made the purchase.
September 3, 2020 - 7:16pm
by michelle
Exactly fits with my current career and am impressed of how in depth the test is. Would be very helpful for Year 12 HSC students to do this test.
September 3, 2020 - 12:23pm
by Alexis
I can agree!

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