Cool Tools for Jobseekers – Self-Assessment
A little self-awareness can go a long way in helping you get clear on the next best move for your career. There are lots of resources available online to help you with your self-assessment. Some of my favorite free tools include:
A candidate assessment tool that was designed for employers, Clearfit has a module for jobseekers to conduct their own evaluation on how well suited they are for their current position, and what positions might be a better fit for their strengths and skills.
“The better you know yourself, the better you grow yourself.” Reach 360 helps you evaluate your professional reputation by soliciting feedback from your network of contacts. Unlike workplace 360′s, Reach allows you to gather insights from all areas of your life – your suppliers, your clients, your colleagues, your friends, people you volunteer with, industry associates. Armed with this information, you can assess how well you are branding and presenting yourself.
Jung Typology Test
Based on the psychology studies of Carl Jung and Isabel Briggs Myers, the typological test analyzes your strengths and temperament, and identifies your preferred ways of connecting, communicating, analyzing, and problem solving. The results are categorized into one of 16 Personality Types, and provide astute insights into what it takes for you to be able to do your best work.
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