Marybelle’s Career Profiler Results
October 9, 2014
Marybelle’s Career Interest Profiler Results
I am going to be an astronaut! I am going to be a doctor! I am going to be a teacher! As children, a lot of us would change our minds so many times of what we would like to be when we grow up. Now that we are grown up, there is still comes a time in life when we are a little lost; or is having a hard time figuring out the career path; or just need some validation. I myself needed a little help and at this time I’m still trying to figure it out. Upon enrolling in University of Phoenix, I took the ...view middle of the document...
My Career Interest profiler results is as follows:
This shows that I lean towards careers that are investigative, social, and conventional. The suggested careers are counselors, health practitioner, lawyers, judges, and educational trainer.
Fitting of My Desired Career Path?
I was in the military for 13 years as a soldier and a food inspector. I thought this career path was it. After the military, I had thought of continuing to be a civilian food inspector but unfortunately, it requires a lot of travel that will take me away from my children. Although at this time I am undecided, I can say the three career characteristics I lean towards: Investigative, social, and conventional are fitting for any career that I would aspire to follow in the future because I am a very analytical person that always asks why; I like work and help others; as well as I like to teach people. As for the suggested careers, all are careers requiring further education—which if I accomplish, any of these suggested careers are definitely fitting.
How I feel about my results/Conclusion
It is always interesting how surveys like the Career Profiler work. I am thankful that University of Phoenix provided this for us to help us on our career path. I feel that my results, even as an undecided person, are very useful because it can help me see my possible potential.
University of Phoenix. (2014). Career Plan: Career Interest Profiler. Retrieve from https://careers.phoenix.edu/career-plan/interests/survey/results.html