DENVER, May 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- CareerToolKit.com is now offering a free career assessment test. Consisting of 53 easy to answer questions, the test helps users uncover their interests based on skills, traits, values and more. The career assessment test is available on the homepage of www.CareerToolKit.com.
Founded in Spring 2016, CareerToolKit.com started with one goal in mind: to help people begin life's next big adventure by finding the right job for them. The business gives insight into a wide range of different careers and jobs so users can learn about high-paying jobs in an industry that they are actually interested in. "No one wants to jump through all the hoops to get a certain job only to find out it's not what they actually like," says Founder Lisa Parmley. "That's where the career assessment could help someone from following the wrong career path."
The career assessment test was developed by analyzing about 300 careers and sorting them into 26 different categories. The categories are divided by aspects such as transportation, writing, art, and more. From there, common characteristics of each industry were examined and made into questions.
At the end of the test assessment, users will be brought to a results page that ranks all the industries based on the answers given. From this page, users can go to the industry pages that they ranked highest in and read more about the different jobs in that industry. This information includes information like career profiles, which give an in-depth look into a specific career opportunity.
"I really like the assessment. I'm having it added to my web page. I like the way the assessment is structured. It was helpful to find out what fields I would be most compatible with based on my answers. It was actually quite accurate for me." –Desna Toliver, Assistant Director at Career Services Central Georgia Technical College
CareerToolKit.com is taking a unique approach to helping users find the right path for their life by pointing them in the direction of certain industries as opposed to a specific career. "We don't want to tell you that you should take this specific career and therefore limit yourself to other possibilities and opportunities," says Founder Lisa Parmley. "We want to point you in the right direction and then give you all the tools and information you need to make an informed decision based on what you want."
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