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Based on your gender (Male) and age (10-19 Year Old),
we calculated your general career scores (Sorted):



General Career Scores


Based on your test results, your top scores are in:
Skilled Labor, Sports, and Arts.




General Career Path Your Score
Skilled Labor81
Sports68
Arts64
Engineering49
Government48
Health Care45
Media and Communications44
Science41
Education40
Business40
Law25














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

A skilled worker is any worker who has some special skill, knowledge, or ability in their work. A skilled worker may have attended a college, university or technical school. Or, a skilled worker may have learned their skills on the job. An example of a skilled labor job is gamemaking and computer manufacturing. Skilled work varies in type, education requirements, and availability. Such differences are often reflected in titling, opportunity, responsibility and salary. Education can be received in a variety of manners, and is acknowledged through various means: on-the-job training, apprenticeship, vocational certification, associate degree, undergraduate degree, professional degree, and graduate degree. In American industry, there has been a change in the concentration of skilled workers from the areas of past economic might e. g. steel, automobile, textile and chemicals to the more recent industry developments e. g. computers, telecommunications and information technology which is commonly stated to represent a plus rather than a minus for the American standard of living.








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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