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Based on your gender (Female) 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:
Law, Engineering, and Media and Communications.




General Career Path Your Score
Law95
Engineering94
Media and Communications92
Health Care85
Science85
Education84
Business77
Government69
Arts56
Sports51
Skilled Labor37














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

Law is a system of rules and guidelines which are enforced through social institutions to govern behavior, wherever possible. Laws are made by governments, and nowadays more specifically, by parliaments. It shapes politics, economics and society in numerous ways and serves as a social mediator of relations between people. Law provides a rich source of scholarly inquiry, into legal history, philosophy, economic analysis or sociology. Law also raises important and complex issues concerning equality, fairness, and justice. All legal systems deal with the same basic issues, but jurisdictions categorize and identify its legal subjects in different ways. A common distinction is that between public law (a term related closely to the state, and including constitutional, administrative and criminal law), and private law (which covers contract, tort and property). In civil law systems, contract and tort fall under a general law of obligations, while trusts law is dealt with under statutory regimes or international conventions. International, constitutional and administrative law, criminal law, contract, tort, property law and trusts are regarded as the traditional core subjects, although there are many further disciplines. The main institutions of law in industrialized countries are independent courts, representative parliaments, an accountable executive, the military and police, bureaucratic organization, the legal profession and civil society itself.








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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