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Career Tests For Kids

Taking the Test

While taking these career tests for kids, children answer many different types of questions about their likes, dislikes, preferences, aptitudes, skill sets, goals, and future aspirations. Based on the children’s unique answers to these questions, the career tests can give kids various types of information.

Results of the Test

The test usually provides students with career information suitable to them based on their specific answers to the questions. For example, the test will tell kids what jobs are most suitable for them. Usually, there is a minimum of three different types of careers in assorted career fields. The results of the test also give specific information about each of the careers listed. This information might include the following for each career listed: education required, salary specifications, job requirements, potential for job growth in future years, and any other special requirements a specific career might require such as a security clearance.

Children Can Use the Results

Children can use the results for different purposes. The career tests for kids allow students to see real possibilities for their futures, and they can plan for these futures. Children can choose classes to take in school that relate to these career paths. They can research the careers further on the Internet or by reading books related to their chosen fields. Kids can join extracurricular activities related to the careers so they can explore them further. Children can also perform volunteer services to learn about possible careers. For example, children can volunteer reading to younger children if they want to explore the field of education.

Career Tests Provide Useful Information for Kids

Career tests provide useful information for kids because they provide a foundation for kids to use as a starting off point to explore possible career choices. Children can see exactly what education they need now for the future. They can realistically see the requirements for specific jobs to see if they even want to pursue careers in certain fields. Having access to this type of information often helps kids make decisions about their current educations.