How Career Testing Can Be Mission-Critical to Your Decisions
Which One Are You?
You’re a recruiter who needs to find and hire
the right people to fit the job…
« Or »
You’re a worker who is looking for more
fulfillment and satisfaction in your career…
« Or »
You’re a student trying to figure out your career path and direction you want for your life…
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In all of these cases, the question is, how do you find your fit, then how do you fit your find?
The big challenge for everyone is understanding which job or career will lead to the most fulfillment and success—and how to connect the right person to the right place. And most of us just guess and use trial and error.
This can lead to years of working in the wrong job, choosing a career that doesn’t fulfill you or hiring an employee who just doesn’t fit your company’s culture.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
What if you could confidently choose a job applicant who most likely would be a perfect fit for your company?
What if you could find the perfect career path for you that you’d be happy doing for a lifetime?
What if you found the right career direction as a student and picked the best major to get you there?
A primary key to success in all of these areas is testing for the right things in the right way that gives valid results and direction. By taking the right career tests, you can dramatically increase your chances of finding the right fit.
Pathways Career Testing will help you
find that fit.
Our assessments and coaching for adults, students, and employee recruiting help you find the right fit. Our proven assessment technology has been refined and updated to ensure very high accuracy in results. This leads our clients to find the right careers, jobs and to recruit and retain the right employees.
Click below to learn more about each of these areas.
How Pathways Has Helped
One client's test results showed that Knowledge and Discovery was a primary motivator. He was very frustrated in a job that required him to do the same thing every day; he found his fit in a job that required continuous learning and solving new problems.
In another case, a woman was struggling in her own business, which required a lot of detail work. Her testing indicated she was very engaging and persuasive, but not much detail oriented. She found her fit in a good sales job.
A student said he wanted to go into a career in pharmaceuticals. His parents used the testing to confirm that their son was a good fit for this kind of career. The test results confirmed he would be a good fit for pharmaceutical manufacturing, for sales, or for being a Pharmacist.
An IT Systems Administrator was unhappy in his job. His test results described his ideal work environment, so he emailed the description to his supervisor to ask if they could create that environment. His supervisor responded that she didn’t think it would be a problem. They simply went down the list from his test results. He created his fit once he knew what to ask for.
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