The test has determined 3 career suitability types, along with the corresponding scores. Taken as a whole, they characterize your career orientation.
(artistic) career orientation
Typical personality traits: unique, original, interesting, sensitive, expressive, creative, imaginative, independent, open, complicated sense of the world, expects approval and recognition.
Activities: Artistic types like to express their individuality in different materials and forms, like words, sounds, acting, dancing and painting. They need freedom of action and movement in time and space in order to sense the world.
This type of people tend to take a jump into the unknown and explore new artistic means. They are able to adapt in new situations. Artistic types often dislike activities that are orderly, systematic or bureaucratic.
Typical fields of work: painting, directing, graphics, sculpture, applied arts (ceramics, glass, etc.), architecture, design, music (incl. church music, popular music, folk music), acting, dancing.
Spare time activities: reading, drawing, sketching, painting, participating in art events, attending concerts and plays, musical activities.
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(realistic) career orientation
Typical personality traits: matter-of-fact, keeps the feet on the ground, hands-on, persistent, modest, practical, specific.
Activities: Realistic types prefer activities requiring physical skills and practical mind. They like tasks connected with handling tools, equipment, machinery or dealing with animals, plants.
This type of people also like to acquire new skills in a practical setting. They also tend to value concrete reflections of the good things in life, for example status, power, money, international experience. However, they are less suited for tasks requiring original expression, intellectuality, communication skills.
Typical fields of work: agriculture, forestry, food processing, different technical fields (construction, mechanics, energetics), jobs connected with national defence, vocational professions.
Spare time activities: physical activities, technical sports (e.g., car-motosport), fishing, repairs and construction, handicraft.
(enterprising) career orientation
Typical personality traits: ambitious, aspiring, energetic, risking, calculating, sociable, self-confident, dominant, bossy, adventurous, optimistic.
Activities: Enterprising types prefer activities that include leading a team and achieving common goals (e.g. in economics, politics, sports). They succeed thanks to their natural communication and presentation skills. They like to take challenges and stand out from ordinary often not letting (country) boarders to limit themselves.
Enterprising types are innovative around finding solutions for different problems. They show practical thinking and persuading skills in their activities, however they are not suited for jobs requiring perseverance and concentration.
Typical fields of work: economic fields, law, public relations, public administration, political science.
Spare time activities: different active and sporty activities, participation in social events, social activities.