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Career Cruising

Career Cruising

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Seems everyone's doing it today



1.

Architect

Very Good Match  

2.

Project Manager

Very Good Match  

3.

Arts Administrator

Very Good Match  

4.

Property Manager

Very Good Match  

5.

Operations Research Analyst

Very Good Match  

6.

Multimedia Developer

Very Good Match  

7.

Logistics Specialist

Very Good Match  

8.

Money Manager

Very Good Match  

9.

Research Analyst (Financial)

Good Match  

10.

Actuary

Very Good Match  


The "A" and "B" notations at the right are match-ups iwth my skills.  The survey appears to be based on Richard Nelson Bolles's work, and/or the Strong Vocational Interest Blank.

Anyway, it's interesting to see how things change.  Eighteen years ago, when I was trying to figure out how to get out of law practice, "teacher" or "professor" came up first.  An architect -- *sigh*.  Yeah, if I only had seven more years to spend in school.  A project manager I've been, and it was fun.
  • What are the A's and B's? I didn't notice them on mine. I'm afraid I guessed professor or lawyer for you!
  • I can certainly see Project Manager. Interesting they did not have actor, but they did have mulimedia manageer. I always thought there was a director streak in you. As for a property manager? More like one for a studio. Impressive with Actuary. I remember once reading a list of jobs and IQ. The highest one was for Acutary.

    I've taken this before. Librarian and library tech is right up there. I also ended up with Research Analyist, something I do now.

    Hope you and your family had a nice holiday.
    • It's nice to know that you're doing what you like.

      I thought property manager was a hoot; I'd go crazy in a month. Actuary sounds like it'd be fascinating, although I'd have to try to forget that I worked for an insurance company...
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