There’s something about those self quizzes in magazines that always grabs me. (Although I have to admit that I usually cheat and check what the categories are before I start reading so I can read each of the answers and see how they relate to the conclusions.) So when someone pointed me to the Color Career Counselor, I had to try it. (Note that it asks for registration information but doesn’t confirm. But unless you’re bored or insanely curious, there’s not much reason to try it.)
What’d it say?
2nd BEST OCCUPATIONAL CATEGORY
You’re a SOCIAL MANAGER
Key Words: Tactful, Cooperative, Generous, Understanding, Insightful, Friendly, and Cheerful [Hmm. Shouldn’t everyone have a balance of good and not so good key words?]
This very social type enjoys working in groups, sharing responsibilities, and being the center of attention. Fields of interest are instructing, helping, nurturing, care giving and instructing-especially young people. They discuss and consider feelings in order to solve problems, lead, direct, persuade, guide, organize and enlighten others.
So there you go. I’ve found my best career. (Well, second best according to them.) Although I keep the young kids at home.
And in case you’re curious, my first best occupation was "CREATOR" which along with yet another long list of greatly flattering adjectives came with jobs that varied from Public Relations to Musician to English Teacher. Let me tell you, I would make one terrible musician.
Now back to work.
4 Replies to “See … I really was meant to be a community manager, executive director type person”
Well, that was kind-of entertaining. I was bored, so I went and took the test. It pegged me as a “creator-organizer”, which are two of the least-descriptive-of-me labels I can think of. I’m putting the “Color Career Councilor” in the same bucket as using my daily horoscope to make decisions (at least a horoscope is worded vaguely enough that one can interpret it in many different ways :).
Hey, it’s geeks only here. Get out, you social freakshow.
@Brett: I immediately thought “horoscope” when I saw the test too; word everything so it seems applicable.
I also got “Creator” as my first choice, which seems the broadest and most fleshed out. This fits with the “horoscope” theory. For that matter, I figure that anyone who seriously thinks color selection has a major correlation with their career aptitudes probably fits into a creative field.
My second choice said “Researcher”, which fits my current occupation.
It seems everyone is a “creator” on that test.
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