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Career Aptitude Test: Free Career Tests

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This career aptitude test considers work experience and is mainly for adults. The Free Career Test matches your interests to careers and no work experience is necessary.

  1. Provide computer technical assistance.
  2. Food preparation.
  3. Supervise, interview, or hire.
  4. Teaching people (example: teacher, tutor, on-the-job trainer).
  5. Provide first aid.
  6. Use math and/or science to solve real-world problems.
  7. Use a trade skill (construction, auto repair, HVAC, etc.)
  8. Troubleshoot a computer issue.
  9. Cook a variety of meals.
  10. Schedule employee work shifts.
  11. Redirect people who become distracted to stay on task.
  12. Assist a patient.
  13. Understand at least algebra-level math and more advanced science.
  14. Fix or build things.
  15. The IT (information technology) field.
  16. The food service field.
  17. Manage other employees.
  18. The education field.
  19. The medical field.
  20. Math and/or science related field.
  21. Trade skill.

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Technology (IT)

Listed are careers by recommended degree level.

Bachelor's Degree: Software Developer, Computer Programmer, Information Security Analyst, Database Administrator, Network Computer Systems Administrator.

Associate's Degree: Website Developer, Computer Support Specialist

Vocation Courses: Computer Repair and Installation

Entry-Level (No Education): Retail position selling computers or gaining an intern position in the IT field. Consider taking college courses in computer science.

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Check out this book: Technology Careers (

Food Service

Food service experience may be all you need to gain employment. However, gaining a degree may prepare you for a career in the following areas:

Bachelor's Degree: Food Service Manager, Dietician & Nutritionist, Food Scientist

Vocation Training: Chef or Head Cook, Baker or Pastry Chef.

Entry-Level (No Education): Gain employment and experience in a food service industry of interest. If you like baking, find a local bakery. Like cooking? Find a restaurant and get your foot in the door by assisting in the kitchen. You may even like working for an event company that provides banquet services for clients.

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Check out this book: Culinary Careers (


Management experience may be as important or more important than a degree. You may be interested in the following specialties:

Bachelor's Degree (and/or Experience): Management, Information System's Manager, Property Management, Supply Chain Management (logistics), Hospitality Management, Tourism and Travel Management, Construction Management, Green and Sustainable Management.

Entry-Level (No Education): Gain employment and experience in a career field of interest. Take college courses in business to advance your career. Hard work, experience, and dedication are traits that may lead your employer to promote you into a management position.

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Check out this book: Career Ideas for Teens in Business (


Listed are careers by recommended degree level.

Bachelor's Degree: Elementary School Teacher, Training and Development Specialist, Instructional Designer (BS or MS), High School Teacher, Special Education Teacher, Health Educator.

Associate's Degree: Preschool Teacher.

Entry-Level (No Education): A position tutoring students, childcare worker (at a daycare), or a paraprofessional at a school (some schools may need an 2-year degree). Consider taking college courses in education to advance your career.

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Check out this book: To Become a Teacher (


Listed are careers by recommended degree level from master's degree to entry-level.

Master's Degree: Occupational Therapist (OT), Nurse Anesthetist, Nurse Midwife, and Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant (PA), Speech-Language Pathologist, Orthotists and Prosthetists, Genetic Counselor

Bachelor's Degree: Some degrees, such as Registered Nurse (RN) and Radiation Therapist can be 2-4 year programs.

Associate's Degree (2 years or less): Dental Assistant, Medical Assistant, Medical Records Technician, Registered Nurse (RN) *can also gain a Bachelor's Degree to be an RN, Surgical Technologist , Pharmacy Technician, Dental Hygienist, Ultrasound Technician, Medical Laboratory Technician, Medical Laboratory Technician, Radiation Technologist, Radiation Therapist, Paramedic (EMT), Cardiovascular Technologist, Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA), Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA)

1 -Year of Training or Less: Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant), Medical Coder and Biller

Entry-Level (No Education): Most healthcare positions require an education. Veterinarian Assistants general are trained on-the-job. Consider taking college courses to advance your career. The quickest educational program is a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) program which runs a few weeks.

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Check out this book: Top 100 Health-Care Careers (

Math, Science, and Engineering

Bachelor's Degree: *Mainly Math — Financial Advisor, Actuary, Accountant, Cost Estimator, Statistician. *Science — Marine Biologist, Forensic Science Technician, Chemist, Geographer, Oceanographer, Geoscientist. *Engineering — Petroleum Engineer, Biomedical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Construction Manager, Computer Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Chemical Engineer.

Associate's Degree: Geological Technician, Petroleum Technician, Environmental Engineering Technician.

Most positions in this field require formal education. Consider taking classes in college in math, science, or engineering.

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Check out this book: Great Jobs for Math Majors (

Check out this book: Career Opportunities in Science (


Most trade positions require on-the-job experience or a degree or certification through a vocational school. Consider careers such as: HVAC Technician, Plumber, Electrician, Manicurist and Pedicurist, Cosmetologist, Auto Mechanic, Correctional Officer, Aircraft Maintenance and Technician, Drafter.

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