Self-Reflection - Katelyn Weber
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My Key Interest Areas
I - Investigative people are THINKERS. Personality traits: You are probably curious, observant, and analytical. You 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.
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.
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.
Careers I would consider: Forensic Sciences, Accounting, and Criminal Justice
My Personality Traits
My Personality Type: ENTJ
Attitude: Extraverted (E) vs. Introverted (I)
Mental: iNtuitive (N) vs. Sensing (S) and Thinking (T) vs. Feeling (F)
Other: Judging (J) vs. Perceiving (P)
Careers I would consider: Accounting, Public Safety, and Forensic Sciences
My Strongest Skill Areas
My Strongest Skill Areas include: Basic Skills (Science, Solving Problems, and Thinking Critically), and Technical Skills (Operating Equipment, and Choosing Equipment and Tools)
Careers I would consider: Chemical Technician, and Nuclear Medicine Technologists
My Most Important Values
My Most Important Values include: Fast Pace, Personal Safety, Adventure, Make Decisions, and Challenging Problems
Careers I would consider: Chemical Technician, Medical Lab Technician, Accounting
What I Learned About Myself
By completing the assessments, I learned that the careers they suggested for me are pretty accurate. Though they gave me more options within the broad category of Forensic Sciences.