So, what do you want to be when you grow up? You heard that question all through childhood. It became a serious question in high school. Yet the answer to that seemingly simple question is not always clear, even when we reach adulthood. Many factors influence our career path, including our natural strengths and talents, our hopes and dreams for the future, and unexpected opportunities that arise along the way — or not. It can be difficult to distinguish outer pressure to succeed from inner ambition. Even if you are firmly established in your profession, you still might wonder if you’re on the right career path or if there is something more you could be doing with your life.
Finding out your career type shouldn’t be a chore.
So here’s a handy flowchart from Truity.com to help you understand your career type…
Depending on where you come from, do employers see you differently? Are you a creative Californian? A home-spun Midwesterner? Perhaps a Type A from New York?
New data from Truity Psychometrics, as shown in the infographic below, shows just how employers might have preconceived notions about you based on where you come from.