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The tests on YourFreeCareerTests allow users to email their results to their email or someone elses. YourFreeCareerTest does not store the names or email addresses that are input.

Save the tests as a PDF

The test can also be saved as a pdf. When using Firefox, Chrome, or Safari browsers, users can choose the option to "Save as pdf" from the print options menu.

Features

These tests were created to be student-friendly. Test questions are worded so students with a range of reading levels may take the test (including ESOL students).

In order to be student-friendly, the career test features include:

Free
No registration
Printable results
Test Translations
Accessibility (*require Javascript)
Mobile Friendly

How the Tests were Created

The resources used to assist in building the career tests on YourFreeCareerTest.com include: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics K12 site, O*Net OnLine, and Career One Stop.

The career interest tests are not based on psychology theories. It simply asks questions that relate to broad career interest categories. Like other career tests, it uses an algorithm to match question responses to careers. There are multiple questions that relate to career categories. Interest percentage level is dictated by those question's overall score.

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Protecting Privacy

The free online personality test and career tests have a name field and an email field on the results page. This information is not collected or stored in a database of any sort, it is used to add to a subject line when sending email results of the tests. The only information collected is through college referrals if a user would like to gain more information from a post-secondary school. This is not necessary for the test and is voluntarily entered by users.

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Additional Student-friendly Resources

School districts around the world use YourFreeCareerTest. These career tests are free and require no registration, are easy to share via email and print. If there is another student-friendly resource you think other teachers and career advisors would find useful, email contact@yourfreecareertest so it can be added to this list.

School districts and teachers may also find the Bureau of Labor Statistics K-12 Student Resources Career Exploration Website (opens in a new tab) helpful. This is a resource from the United States government so if your students are in other countries, the salary and projected growth may be different. This is a great resource after students take the career tests on YourFreeCareerTest for their continued career research.

CareerOneStop.org (opens in a new tab) is also a beneficial site for career research. Also for teens (middle school and high school students) specifically, you may Youth.gov helpful.

For younger kids, there is Kids.gov that offers resources for teachers, students and parents of youth K-8.

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