Self Reflection Michael Berry

A Brief Summary of My Career Assessments

My Key Interest Areas - ICR

My key interest areas include:

I- Investigative people are THINKERS. Personality traits You are probably curious, observant, and analytical. You're usually like to work independently rather than on a team. Hobbies and career interests You are probably good at math and science, or enjoy analyzing other types of data. You probably like to do things like solve puzzles and figure out difficult problems. You often enjoy reading, investigating and research, or using scientific or computer equipment.

C- Conventional people are ORGANIZERS. Personality traits You are respectful, orderly, persistent, and practical. You probably like working with numbers and are good at following instructions. You like working in structured situations with set goals and deadlines. Hobbies and career interests You are likely to be detail oriented and enjoy working with data. You are often good at following budgets, creating reports, and making sure that systems and projects work efficiently and effectively.

R- Realistic people are DOERS. Personality traits You are probably practical, reserved, curious, and persistent. You are good at solving problems. You prefer to work with things, like machines, tools, and greenery. Hobbies and career interests You probably like to work with your hands to build or fix things. You like to play sports, be physically active and do outdoor activities. You are often good at activities that involve electronics, mechanics, engineering, lab work, farming and carpentry work.

Careers I would consider doing:

  • Computer Engineer
  • Physician
  • Biochemist
  • Chemical Engineer
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Physicist

My Personality traits

My Personality Traits include: ENTJ

E-Extravert: Seeks Interaction, enjoy groups, communicates by talking, outgoing and sociable, likes variety and action, involved with people, learn by doing or discussing, do ‐ think ‐ do, expenditure of energy, enjoy a wide circle of friends

N-Intuition: focuses on possibilities, prefers abstract insights, focus on the big picture, sees patterns and meaning, have their head‐in‐the‐clouds, learns by leaping in anywhere, focuses on the future, rely on inspiration and imagination, prefer to try new things, value ingenuity

T-Thinker: prefer to analyse the problem, are objective, are tough‐minded, value justice, are reasonable and fair, use cause‐and‐effect reasoning, are good at critiquing, prefer to be direct, usually don't take things personally, can be seen as insensitive

J-Judging: value structure, tend to work now/play later  like things settled and decided, prefer things to be organised, make lists and use them, value punctuality, prefer to have deadlines, like to complete projects, are goal‐oriented, value order, like to follow timetables

Careers I would consider include: Computer Engineer, Aerospace Engineer, Bio-medical Engineer, and Physicist.

My strongest Skill Areas

My Strongest Skill Areas include:

Math Skills: a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement

General Science: a body of knowledge that is about this universe and how it functions

Mechanical Comprehension: knowing how machines work and why they work the way they do

Careers I would consider include: Computer Engineer, Aerospace Engineer, Bio-medical Engineer, Physician, and Physicist.

My Most Important values

My Most Important Values include:

Knowledge: acquaintance with facts, truths, or principles, as from study or investigation

Challenging Problems: likes to deal with and solve complex problems

Family: preferably family comes before work

Profit, Gain: want to have a job that pays well and has a chance of moving up

Work-Life Balance: don't work all the time and forget about your family

Moral Fulfillment: job that does not go against ones morals and also helps them accomplish theses morals, like helping as a doctor

Honest and Integrity: doesn't lie or cheat to work his way up

Work on Frontiers of Knowledge: tackles new difficult problems, like traveling the speed of light

Careers I would consider include: Computer Engineer, Aerospace Engineer, Bio-medical Engineer, Physician, and Physicist.

What I learned About Myself

By completing the assessments I learned the following about myself:

  • I want to have a job that I learn new stuff constantly
  • I want a job that deals in the area of science, and preferably something on the frontiers of our knowledge
  • I also want a job that I deal with people often, but also has times where I work by myself
  • I want a job that will support my future family, and we can live comfortably but I also don't want to be stuck at work all the time either
  • I also don't want a job where lying and scheming are common, I want honest respectable work.

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