Sometimes it seems like all the "find your true calling" tests and websites are aimed at teenagers or young adults, just starting out on the first of their careers.
That can be a bit off-putting if you're a 30, 40 or 50-something looking to make the move into career number two, three or four and wanting to be treated like a mature adult.
This page purports to be "your key source for all things career change-related". I wouldn't go that far but it certainly is aimed at career changers rather than first-job seekers.
Helpfully, the first step it asks you to take is to find out whether you're sick of your career, or just need to find a new job. Unhelpfully, it then takes ages for your test results to be emailed to you. Twenty minutes after completing mine, I was none the wiser.
When it did arrive, it didn't give a simple answer, just told me to add up my scores and compare them to the three bands: Change careers now, seek out aspects of your current career that you enjoy more, or change jobs and do it quickly. Still, assuming you've got your results, and you do want to change careers rather than just jobs, the page has some handy tools to help you on your way.
First are links to two career assessment tools - one specifically for teens and young adults, one specifically for mature job-seekers and career changers. Neither are free, but how much do you want to change?
There's a link to another site offering several assessment tools and links to a total of no less than 16 other career-fit and personality assessment tools, some free, some not.
There's career assessment dos and don'ts to ensure that when you make the switch, you do it wisely.
You can use all the other tools on the site, aimed at general job seekers, rather than just career changers.
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