Self Reflection - Kasey Geiger

Brief Summary of my Career Assessments

My Career Cluster

My top matching career areas include...

Law, Public Safety, Security

Law, public safety, corrections, and security workers are found in a variety of settings. For example, you might guard the public and enforce the law as a police officer or security guard. Or, you might provide fire protection as a firefighter.

Other workers provide legal services to people who commit crimes. For example, you might monitor activities within a prison, advise clients of their legal rights, or research legal procedures to support court cases.

Hospitality and Tourism

Hospitality and tourism workers help people enjoy vacations and entertainment activities. You might work at a restaurant, resort, sports arena, theme park, museum, or hotel.

For example, you might manage operations of a college cafeteria, guide high school students on a trip to Spain, or rent equipment at a recreation center.\

Human Services

Human services workers help individual and families meet their personal needs. You might work in a government office, hospital, nonprofit agency, nursing home, spa, hotel, or school. Or, you might work in your own home.

For example, you might help students with career and education choices at a high school, cut and color hair in a salon, or manage funeral services at a funeral home

Key Interest Areas - ESC

E - Enterprising - Enterprising people are PERSUADERS. They like to work with other people and enjoy being a leader. They particularly enjoy influencing, persuading and performing.

S - Social - Social people are HELPERS. They like to work directly with people rather than things. They are often good public speakers and enjoy helping others.

C - Conventional - Conventional people are ORGANIZERS. They are very detail oriented and like to work with data and numbers.

Careers I would consider include: - Paralegal - Dispatch Officer - Lawyer

Personality Traits

My personality type is: ESFJ - Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, and Judging.

All else being equal, ESFJs enjoy being in charge. They see problems clearly and delegate easily, work hard and play with zest. ESFJs, as do most SJs, bear strong allegiance to rights of seniority. They willingly provide service (which embodies life's meaning) and expect the same from others.

ESFJs are easily wounded. And when wounded, their emotions will not be contained. They by nature "wear their hearts on their sleeves," often exuding warmth and bonhomie, but not infrequently boiling over with the vexation of their souls. Some ESFJs channel these vibrant emotions into moving dramatic performances on stage and screen.

Strong, contradictory forces consume the ESFJ. Their sense of right and wrong wrestles with an overwhelming rescuing, 'mothering' drive. This sometimes results in swift, immediate action taken upon a transgressor, followed by stern reprimand; ultimately, however, the prodigal is wrested from the gallows of their folly, just as the noose tightens and all hope is lost, by the very executioner!

Careers I would consider include: - Paralegal - Education - Management

My Strongest Skill Areas

My strongest skill areas include:

Careers I would consider include: - Preschool Education Managers - Fundraising managers

My Most Important Values

Some of my most important values include: Independence, helping others, security, high earnings anticipated, profit/gain.

Some of my often important values I have are: challenging problems, job tranquility, creative expression, work under pressure, family

Careers I would consider include: - Lawyers - Paralegal

What I Learned About Myself

After completing these assessments, I learned that I like to work under pressure and am also very independent. Most of the assessments I took have lead me toward a career I have seriously been thinking about, which is a lawyer or a paralegal. My career values also worked great with these careers.