Montreal, Canada, April 14, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- PsychTests AIM Inc., one of the web's foremost source of personality assessments, has recently released a new Career Personality & Aptitude Test. The online testing guru aims to help visitors, whether it's students contemplating their future or adults looking for a career change, to find a job that both interests them and takes advantage of their strengths. The test is available at http://testyourself.psychtests.com/testid/3079.
Gone are the days of sticking to one job until blissful retirement. No longer is changing majors halfway through college a big deal. And there are many anecdotal stories online of people leaving a well-paying job to pursue their real dream jobs. Test developers at PsychTests have developed a test to help people do just that.
"There are a lot of career aptitude tests out there," acknowledges Dr. Ilona Jerabek, the president of PsychTests. "But to take most of the good ones, you have to go through a psychologist or career counselor. Also, many of them are geared towards students who are trying to find a major that will interest them. Although we anticipate that the Career Personality & Aptitude Test will be highly popular with younger age groups, it is also geared toward people who have chosen a career path that just doesn't bring them satisfaction and fulfillment anymore. We want to help them find their dream job too."
So how are people matched with their ideal job? PsychTests created a complex matching system in which test-takers are given a minimum of 10 job options that are based on their interests, intelligence types, work values, and skills and knowledge. Jobs suggestions are taken from a pool of more than a thousand professions provided by O*net, a well-known online job database.
Besides a list of suitable jobs, PsychTests provides test-takers with the results of their primary and secondary interests based on the well-known Holland codes, intelligence types (based on the theory of Howard Gardner), work values, and even personality profiles that describe the type of employee they would likely be. And if people are matched with a job that is outside their level of knowledge, PsychTests has a solution for that too.
"We advise test-takers on what they will need, in terms of education level and major, in order to pursue the careers they are matched with, along with a detailed job fact sheet that lets them know exactly what the job will entail, like the type of tasks they will do on a daily basis. It's like having a personal career counselor at your fingertips," explains Dr. Ilona Jerabek.
Individuals interested in finding their true career path and learn more about their strengths, values and interests can take the assessment at http://testyourself.psychtests.com/testid/3079
About PsychTests AIM Inc:
PsychTests AIM Inc. originally appeared on the internet scene in 1996. Since its inception, it has become a pre-eminent provider of psychological assessment products and services to human resource personnel, therapists, academics, researchers and a host of other professionals around the world. PsychTests AIM Inc. staff is comprised of a dedicated team of psychologists, test developers, researchers, statisticians, writers, and artificial intelligence experts. The company's research division, Plumeus Inc., is supported in part by Research and Development Tax Credit awarded by Industry Canada.
Ilona Jerabek, Ph.D., President
PsychTests AIM Inc.