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Based on your gender (Female) and age (20-29 Year Old),
we calculated your general career scores (Sorted):



General Career Scores


Based on your test results, your top scores are in:
Government, Education, and Law.




General Career Path Your Score
Government88
Education67
Law65
Business62
Sports62
Science62
Health Care61
Engineering60
Media and Communications56
Skilled Labor50
Arts29














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Description of your top choice (i.e., Government):

Government refers to the legislators, administrators, and arbitrators in the administrative bureaucracy who control a state at a given time, and to the system of government by which they are organized. Public-sector employment provide some unique opportunities. According to data from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, the highest-paying government jobs outside of elective office have annual salaries of more than $85,000 and include jobs in a wide array of fields, including law, medicine, science, and finance. In most cases, tax dollars not only pay these salaries, but also help fund internships that will give prospective hires the skills one needs to find full-time employment in these positions. As one might expect, some of the highest-paying government jobs are held by elected officials. For more mainstream jobs, some are better-paying in the private sector and some have higher salaries in government positions depending on the current economy and political status.








Potential jobs in each career path:


Arts: art performer, actor, dancer, art education, broadcasting, fashion, music, and museum jobs
Business: accountant, consultant, entrepreneur, professional trader, marketing, real estate, and sales
Education: teaching, academics, social work, school psychology, speech pathology, and library serv.
Engineering: chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, industrial, and mechanical engineerings
Communications: publisher, writer, event planner, journalist, public relations, advertising, and hospitality jobs
Government: politics, military, legislative branch jobs, defense jobs, federal jobs, and office jobs
Health Care: dentist, nurse, dental assistant, surgeon, health manager, nutritionist, and medical doctor
Law: attorney, legal assistant, legal consultant, patent lawyer, court reporter, and jury consultant
Science: mathematician, physicist, statistics, zoology, marine science, bioinformatics, and botany
Skilled Labor: carpenter, baker, plumber, electrician, welder, painter, laundry, assembly, and tailoring
Sports: coach, professional athlete, sports agent, sports administrator, and sports office jobs















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