Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life It is important to choose a job you love. Hence it is important to reflect upon what you like and dislike, so that you can choose the job that will suit you the best.

Read the Activity and put a slelect only in one box per row depending on the degree of your liking for the activity. There is no right or wrong answer. You are doing this for self-awareness. Hence, do it truthful

1. Creating tangible things using my hands and body ?

2. Working with gadgets?

3. Relentlessly working towards my goal ?

4. Working with plants, animals, mud, water, wood, metal, etc. in the outdoors?

5. Being systematic following step-by-step procedure ?

6. Being suspicious (doubting what appears)?

7. Analysing a situation or thing for its pros and cons ?

8. Making rational decisions ?

9. Being curious ?

10. Noticing things and events around me ?

11. Using my imagination ?

12. Thinking outside the box ?

13. Being emotional ?

14. Being expressive?

15. Being brave and daring ?

16. Being kind to others and helping people in need like poor, disabled, old, sick, undeserved, etc ?

17. Waiting for someone or something ?

18. Relating to other’s feelings and problems like my own?

19. Working in harmony with others as a team with dependency ?

20. Forgiving people who cause me harm ?

21. Socializing with others?

22. Taking risks ?

23. Being enthusiastic ?

24. Imagining everything will go in my favour ?

25. Convincing people ?

26. Working with mind, precise calculations ?

27. Being precise, methodical and detail oriented ?

28. Following rules ?

29. Working hard and sincerely ?

30. Being courteous to others ?


Realistic — Involve work activities that include practical, hands-on problems and solutions.They often deal with real-world materials, and do not involve a lot of paperwork or working closely with others.

Investigative — Involve working with ideas,and require an extensive amount of thinking.These occupations can involve searching for facts and figuring out problems mentally.

Artistic — Involve working with forms, designs and patterns. They often require self-expression and the work can be done without following a clear set of rules.

Social — Involve working with, communicating with, and teaching people. These occupations often involve helping or providing service to others.

Enterprising — Involve starting up and carrying out projects, leading people and making many decisions, risk taking, dealing with business.

Conventional — Involve following set procedures and routines, working with data and details more than with ideas. Usually there is a clear line of authority to follow.

Which Career Pathway is right for you?

R = Realistic These people are often good at mechanical or athletic jobs. Good college majors for Realistic people are…
• Agriculture
• Health Assistant
• Computers
• Construction
• Mechanic/Machinist
• Engineering
• Food and Hospitality\

I = Investigative These people like to watch, learn, analyze and solve problems. Good college majors for Investigative people are…
• Marine Biology
• Engineering
• Chemistry
• Zoology
• Medicine/Surgery
• Consumer Economics
• Psychology

A = Artistic These people like to work in unstructured situations where they can use their creativity. Good majors for Artistic people are…
• Communications
• Cosmetology
• Fine and Performing Arts
• Photography
• Radio and TV
• Interior Design
• Architecture

S = Social These people like to work with other people, rather than things. Good college majors for Social people are…
• Counseling
• Nursing
• Physical Therapy
• Travel
• Advertising
• Public Relations
• Education

E = Enterprising These people like to work with others and enjoy persuading and and performing. Good college majors for Enterprising people are:
• Fashion Merchandising
• Real Estate
• Marketing/Sales
• Law
• Political Science
• International Trade
• Banking/Finance

C = Conventional These people are very detail oriented,organized and like to work with data. Good college majors for Conventional people are…
• Accounting
• Court Reporting
• Insurance
• Administration
• Medical Records
• Banking
• Data Processing