7 BEST ONLINE TOOLS THAT TO DO A GOOD JOB WITH CAREER GUIDANCE

Online Tools vs. Real Human!

Hi there, I’m happy that you at least putting your time and energy choosing a career that’s right for you. You are not like a most of the youth who just pick up anything handed by their parent, friends, and elders without questioning whether it would be the right match for them. Career choosing is critical and can be massively confusing if you don’t have the right guidance. But I’m super excited to help you in this process.

I don’t know where are you exactly in your career journey, and why you thought of using an online tool to make a big decision in your life. But since you did, I thought why not save your hours/days and help you find the best. So below are the 7 best online career tools that may help you choose your career.

All these online tools are a great way to get career guidance. However, here are 5 things you should know before you use such tools. As these career tools are based on an algorithm and not real humans, so the answers you will give will be sorted by the algorithm. Which is why many people feel there are always hidden dangers when using online tools for choosing a career, you can check that here.

1. Myers-Briggs

Is one of the most well known self assessment tools out there, it is based on a type indicator. For instance, you will be a type ESFJ or an INFP. This test has the ability to offer 16 distinctive personality traits, and serves four dichotomies. The test costs $50, but there are a number of imitators that offer it at lower rates.

Link: http://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-personality-type/mbti-basics/home.htm?bhcp=1

2. Keirsey

It is based on the Keirsey Temperament Theory, according to which people are divided into four temperaments. There are idealist, guardian, artisan, and rational. The test judges you on how you communicate, and how you act. The test has 71 questions, and offers a thorough result.

Link: http://www.keirsey.com/sorter/register.aspx

3. MyPlan.com

Is designed in a way that it helps you identify what motivates you, and what you feel is really important as a career. The test ranks different aspects of your work, and even encourages you to look at jobs in various industries you might have thought about. Once the test is done, you are offered more than 739 jobs, ranked in order on how likely they are to suit your needs.

Link: http://www.myplan.com

4. Big Five

This test divides individuals into 5 categories, openness, extraversion, neuroticism, conscientiousness and, agreeableness. It can help you help you learn more about your work preference and lifestyle, by identifying your preference. The test will keep you amused, and you will be done in no time.

Link: https://www.truity.com/test/big-five-personality-test

5. 16personalities

The assessment begins with Myers Briggs dichotomies, and then goes on to adding archetypes from the Jungian theory, along with some parts of the Big Five Theory. At the end of the test you are not just given a cool personality name, you get a complete result and the test only takes 12-13 minutes.

Link: https://www.16personalities.com

6. iSeek “Clusters”

It is more like a survey that allow you to rate the things you enjoy, your qualities, subjects you liked in school, etc. Once you are done they will offer you a list of careers that match your interests. This is another career guidance tool that only takes a short amount of time.

Link: https://www.careerwise.mnscu.edu/careers/clusterSurvey

7. MyNextMove

They take information from the U.S. Department of labor to help determine what your interests are. This is not like other tests, MyNextMove asks you question about tasks you enjoy performing, things you are interested in general. This one has 60 questions, but offers you a complete overview of what your next move should be career wise.

Link: https://www.mynextmove.org

I hope that helps, and I would like to hear from you; your views on using online career tools and their algorithm against real human. Please leave your comment here.

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

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