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Online Aptitude Testing




Employers


If you are an Employer or Recruiter, please see 
Psychometric Testing and Aptitude Tests for Job Applicants.



Individuals


A career aptitude test is a test designed to identify the careers or occupations that best suit you. Your aptitude may include your skills, abilities, interests, values and personality.

Some career change tests assess your skills and abilities only, while others assess your personality type.

Our career aptitude test assesses your interests and values. Based on extensive research over a five year period, we have identified that these are the two most important factors in determining your ideal career.

While it is important to consider your abilities and personality traits when choosing a career, your interests and values are more likely to predict the careers that you will enjoy the most and experience the greatest level of job satisfaction.


Why should you take a career aptitude test?

Considering that around 88% of people are dissatisfied with their job*, we believe that most people would benefit from taking an online career aptitude test.

Many people choose their career based on the subjects they excelled at in school, their parent’s recommendations, the employment opportunities or the potential income they will generate.

Unfortunately many of us don’t take into account our true interests. When we finally realize how much we dislike our job, it is often very difficult to make a career change. We may have a mortgage to repay, children to support and a lifestyle to which we have become accustomed.

A career change may lead to a drop in salary or reduced hours to pursue part time or full time study. It may also lead to a period of stress and uncertainty with a lack of job security.

It is therefore important that we take an online career aptitude test as early as possible to give ourselves the best opportunity of making the right career choice.


How often should you take a career aptitude test?

Based on our experience, people’s interests can change quite dramatically over time. On average you will have five main career changes and 29 different jobs throughout your lifetime.** We therefore recommend that you take an online career aptitude test every 12 months.


Take our Career Aptitude Test


* Study conducted by Professor Charles Birch and Management Consultant David Paul, titled ‘Life and Work’.

** Study conducted by Professor Johanna Wynn from Melbourne University, titled ‘Youth, Education and Risk: Facing the Future.’