The test says that in general, I should be in some type of creative field, but then goes on to give the three best career matches for me, none of which are remotely creative:
1. Personal Care and Service Occupations. I find this particularly hilarious seeing as I scored approximately "hermit crab" on my interpersonal skills. Also they make it sound completely unappealing with their description:
"Primary job stresses include working with sometimes unpleasant clients, having to work on your feet for many hours, and working in sometimes smoky environments. Primary job satisfactions include briefly meeting and serving many different people or animals and receiving their brief praise and thanks."
They make janitor sound like more fun than this.
2. Veterinary Technologist, or Technician, or Assistant. This makes at least a little more sense. I do love kitties. I do volunteer at an animal shelter. But the questions, I think, were not specific enough, because this doesn't take into account that
- I hate watching things die.
- I hate dogs.
- I hate not making money.
3. Bindery Worker. "Make books and magazines largely by loading and operating machines that assemble printed pages and covers." Just an all around bad idea. I would spend my time reading the things I was supposed to be assembling. Also I am clumsy. I often break things and/or bodily crash into them. This job seems like a good way to break expensive equipment or lose a limb.
Other things I learned about myself:
- My father was right about genetics, as I scored very highly on "Tax Preparer".
- I should not lay pipe.
- Fast food is not my bag either.
- I might make a good nun (not counting the sex and blasphemy of course).