Tuesday, September 16, 2008

A new Color Career Test Predicts your Perfect Job.

I was skeptical when I heard about the The Color Career Counselor, powered by The Dewey Color System, an online test that predicts what careers are correct for people.

The way the test works is a website shows you colors and you pick your favorites and least favorites. Your favorite colors match up to the characteristics which you most posses, your least favorite colors the characteristics you least posses.

Sure, interesting way to pick your Career, but this was a spot on match for me.

I took the test and here are my results. It is me. Try It Here.

Best Occupational Category
You're a CREATOR
Key Words:
Nonconforming, Impulsive, Expressive, Romantic, Intuitive, Sensitive, and

These original types place a high value on aesthetic qualities and have a
great need for self-expression. They enjoy working independently, being
creative, using their imagination, and constantly learning something new. Fields
of interest are art, drama, music, and writing or places where they can express,
assemble, or implement creative ideas.

Suggested careers are Advertising Executive, Architect, Web Designer,
Creative Director, Public Relations, Fine or Commercial Artist, Interior
Decorator, Lawyer, Librarian, Musician, Reporter, Art Teacher, Broadcaster,
Technical Writer, English Teacher, Architect, Photographer, Medical Illustrator,
Corporate Trainer, Author, Editor, Landscape Architect, Exhibit Builder, and
Package Designer.

Consider workplaces where you can create and improve beauty and aesthetic
qualities. Unstructured, flexible organizations that allow self-expression work
best with your free-spirited nature.

Suggested Creator workplaces are advertising, public relations, and
interior decorating firms; artistic studios, theaters and concert halls;
institutions that teach crafts, universities, music, and dance schools. Other
workplaces to consider are art institutes, museums, libraries, and galleries.
2nd Best Occupational Category
Key Words:
Witty, Competitive, Sociable, Talkative, Ambitious, Argumentative, and

These enterprising types sell, persuade, and lead others. Positions of
leadership, power, and status are usually their ultimate goal. Persuasive people
like to take financial and interpersonal risks and to participate in competitive
activities. They enjoy working with others inside organizations to accomplish
goals and achieve economic success.