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Interest Inventory

There are so many opportunities in the world, it’s hard to know where to begin. Read Allen’s letter to people who are struggling to answer the question “What should I do with my career?”

One of the best ways to quickly and easily determine what you have in common with people in a particular profession is by taking an interest inventory.   You can find aptitude tests and interest inventory tests such as the Strong Interest Inventory on the web but my suggestion is to go to one of the local universities.  Some people are reluctant to go because they do not want to go back to school.  However, you can go through the testing and exploration process whether you return to the classroom or not. (You do need to be careful that you don’t do what I do.  Each time I go to school I swear it is the last time.  But a few years later, I am back again for more school.  So if you are willing to take that risk, I think you will find the process very rewarding and helpful. )   This process is part of the university’s recruitment services and is normally free of charge.

So check with the Admissions counselor at your favorite university whether it is Ivy Tech, Butler, Purdue, University of Indianapolis,  Indiana University, or any one of the smaller universities.  Tell them that you are determining the next step in your career and whether education plays a part in that choice.  Ask them if they would be willing to give you some tests to understand your personality and interest.  Also ask if they will help you evaluate the results and what it means for your career and whether you need to return for more education.   I think you will be surprised at how much helpful information you can receive.

Allen

 

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