colours+career

Colours of your career

test results: Researcher+Organizer

Best occupational category: RESEARCHER

Keywords: Independent, Self-Motivated, Reserved, Introspective, Analytical, and Curious

These investigative types gather information, analyze and interpret data, and inquire to uncover new facts.
They have a strong scientific orientation, enjoy academic or research environments and prefer self-reliant jobs.
Dislikes are group projects, selling, and repetitive activities.

Researcher occupations

Suggested careers are College Professor, Physician, Psychologist, Pharmacist, Chemist, Marketing Research, Inventor, Sales Forecasting, Project Engineer, Dentist, Identifying Consumer Demand, Chiropractor, Dentist, Medical Technician, Optometrist, Research & Development Manager, Respiratory Therapist, Real Estate Appraiser, Chiropractor, Veterinarian, Geologist, Physicist, Science Teacher, Medical Technologist, and Author of Technical Books.

Researcher workplaces

Task-oriented careers where you can become absorbed in the job, be original and creative, and not conform to rigid company rules will work best for you.
Unstructured organizations, for example, that allow you to sail your own ship are vital.

Suggested Researcher workplaces are universities and colleges, home office positions, medical facilities, computer-related industries, scientific foundations and think tanks, research firms, and design laboratories.


2nd best occupational category: ORGANIZER

Keywords: Self-Control, Practical, Self-Contained, Orderly, Systematic, Precise, and Accurate

These conservative appearing, plotting-types enjoy organizing, data systems, accounting, detail, and accuracy.
They often enjoy mathematics and data management activities such as accounting and investment management.
Persistence and patience allows them to do detailed paperwork, operate office machines, write business reports, and make charts and graphs.


Real-Life Example

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Test (link – now defunct) was originally provided by CareerPath (now CareerBuilder) website, and was based on Dewey Color System

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