syc4/2017 – INTJ-A *** — accountants, auditors, data analysts, financial managers, business administrators and even doctors
*2017 – ISTJ –military officers, lawyers, judges, police officers and detectives
ESTJ – **
2017 — ENFJ — Possible Careers Paths for ENFJ:
- Realistic: 9
- Investigative: 9
- Artistic: 6 *lowest
- Social: 13 *highest
- Enterprising: 11
- Conventional: 8
Your Holland Codes are as follows:
Green True Personality Image
We all have a combination of all four true colors, however, most of us have a dominant color that represents our authentic selves.
GREEN is your true color …
You are an independent, creative and visionary person by nature.
You tend to be:
- Calm (unemotional)
As a Green, your key weaknesses are:
- Emotional coldness
- Intellectual elitism
As a Green, your needs are:
- To gather knowledge
- To understand people and the world
- To bring innovation to society
- To be competent
- To find truth
Career test —
Interest Level: 75%
Overview: Social science is a broad category that involves the social interactions and relationships among individuals and society. There are a variety of career opportunities that differ. These careers include helping those cope through life events or mental health issues to careers that contribute to research. You can also find careers that analyze world events and cultures.
Social science prep courses include: Government, Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Cultural Studies, World History, Political Science, Research, Ethics, Religion, Introduction to Philosophy, Art History, and Economics.
Example careers in social science include: Social Science Teacher, Social Worker, *Psychologist, Sociologist, Substance Abuse Counselor, Social Service Community *Manager, Anthropologist, Health Care Social Worker, Marriage Counselor, Industrial *Organizational Psychologist, and Psychiatric Technician.
Interest Level: 58.33%
Business and Finance
Overview: Career growth in the business and finance industry is not expected to slow. Every organization or company needs management, financial planning, or a logistical process to run their business and meet goals. If you love math and numbers there are more focused financial careers in business as well where you can manage, advise, or facilitate budgets, investments, or assets.
Business prep courses may include: Accounting, Statistics, Algebra, Introduction to Business, Finance, Micro/Macro Economics, Microcomputer Applications, Business Math, Business Law, or Marketing.
Example careers in business and finance: Executive Manager, Financial Clerk, Accountant, Purchasing Manager, Real Estate Agent, Economist, Actuary, Public Relations Manager, Logistician, Market Research Analyst, Human Resource Specialist, Food Service Manager, Loan Manager, Claims Adjuster, Advertising Manager, Financial Manager, Secretary, Office Manager, Accountant Technician, Appraiser, and Sales Agent