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Welcome to the Harrison Career Navigator!

The Harrison Career Navigator is a valuable tool for starting, changing, or


developing your career. t measures 175 factors including your task preferences, motivations, work environment
preferences, interests, and interpersonal preferences. The system compares your preferences to 643 careers and
determine your most enjoyable careers. Please note this is not an assessment of your education, experience, or ability
to perform specific tasks. You will need to consider these things separately.
The careers are listed in order of your enjoyment. The enjoyment scores are to the left of each career. The highest
possible enjoyment score is 100 and a score of 80 or greater indicates the career is probably a good match for your
preferences and it is worth exploring that career further. You should not necessarily decide on the career with the
highest score because you also need to review the job descriptions, reflect on the educational requirements, consider
availability in your area and review other details about that career.
Our research has shown that people who enjoy at least 75% of their job are much more likely to succeed in that job.
Therefore, enjoying your career is not only important for your happiness, it is also important for your success.
A career decision is one of the most important decisions of your life. Therefore, it is important to take your time and
explore the valuable information you can obtain from the Harrison Career Guide system. You can also look up the
careers on the web or find a career counselor or school counselor to provide you with more information about that
career. You could also contact professional organizations related to the career or call employers who advertise for
openings related to this career. For further information about salaries, availability, training and career descriptions, use
an internet search engine to discover more careers in your country. For example, you can find the United States
government publication of the Occupational Outlook Handbook online at http://www.bls.gov/ooh or you can explore the
home site on http://www.bls.gov. You can also find the Occupational Outlook Handbook at your local library.
The questionnaire includes a technological 'consistency detector' that indicates the reliability of results by analyzing the
consistency of the answers on the questionnaire. Your consistency score is 42 which indicates that you were 88.4%
consistent in answering the questionnaire. This indicates a high likelihood that you were truthful, accurately self-aware,
and able to concentrate on the questionnaire.
Disclaimer: This information is intended to be used as a general guide to explore your career. Career decisions should
be based on local information and your own self-reflection. Harrison Assessments nt'l, and its associated companies
do NOT accept any liability of any kind including negligence related to the accuracy or the use of this information.
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Basic Materials
(81.7%) ChemicaI Technician
(77.1%) Geographic Information Systems SpeciaIist
(76.1%) Wood TechnoIogist
(75.8%) ChemicaI Engineer
(71.5%) PetroIeum Engineer
(70.8%) MateriaIs Scientist
(70.6%) MetaIIurgist
(69.4%) MateriaIs Engineer
(63.4%) Mining Engineer
(54.5%) Timber worker
(53.8%) Gem and Diamond Worker
(53.7%) GeoIogicaI SampIe Technician
(48.8%) Open-Cut Mining PIant Operator
(41.3%) DriIIer
(40.0%) Miner - OiI, Gas Extract
Construction and Related Manufacturing
(76.8%) CiviI Drafter
(76.3%) CiviI Engineering Associate
(76.1%) Engineer - CiviI
(75.3%) ArchitecturaI Drafter
(73.1%) CiviI Engineering Technician
(71.8%) Landscape Architect
(70.8%) Architect
(70.1%) Sheet MetaI Worker
(69.6%) EIectrician
(69.6%) Heating and Air Conditioning Mechanic
(69.6%) Waterproofing Machine Operator
(68.3%) FibregIass Worker
(67.5%) Surveyor
(61.8%) Construction and BuiIding Inspector
(61.0%) WeIder and Cutter
(60.4%) PIasterer & Stucco Mason
(57.6%) WeId Technician
(56.6%) Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic
(55.0%) Landscaping SpeciaIist
(53.8%) Hard TiIe Setter
(51.2%) FIoor Layer
(48.8%) Painter - Construction & Maintenance
(48.8%) Painting Technician
(38.3%) BrickIayer
(38.3%) BuiIding Site CIeaner
(36.3%) Carpenter
(36.3%) Construction Worker
(36.2%) Rigger
(34.0%) Roofer
(33.7%) Concrete Worker
(33.5%) Stonemason
(26.1%) Crane Operator
(26.1%) Grader/ BuIIdozer/ Scraper Operator
(24.9%) EIevator InstaIIer, Repairer
(18.6%) Excavator, Loader Operator
Customer Service and Hospitality
(61.2%) Bartender
(59.8%) HoteI Desk CIerk
(56.2%) CaII Centre SpeciaIist (FriendIiness Focus)
(56.1%) Face-to-Face Customer Service SpeciaIist (FriendIiness Focus)
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Customer Service and Hospitality
(51.8%) Face-to-Face Customer Service SpeciaIist (Some SeIIing)
(49.9%) CaII Centre SpeciaIist (Efficiency Focus)
(49.6%) Face-to-Face Customer Service SpeciaIist (Efficiency Focus)
(42.5%) CaII Centre Customer Service (Some SeIIing)
(41.1%) Waiter or Waitress
(31.1%) Chef
(30.0%) HoteI Porter
(29.9%) Kitchen HeIper
(29.7%) Cook
(29.7%) Prep Cook
(28.8%) Catering SpeciaIist
(22.8%) HoteI Room CIeaner
(15.7%) Food Service Worker
Education
(78.7%) Archivist
(65.1%) Historian
(58.1%) University Computer Science Teacher
(56.5%) University Chemistry Teacher
(55.2%) Life Sciences Teacher - University
(52.2%) University Engineering Teacher
(51.5%) University Physics Teacher
(48.2%) Secondary SchooI Science Teacher
(43.7%) University Art Teacher
(43.2%) University Science Teacher
(42.9%) Secondary SchooI Arts Teacher
(42.1%) University PhysicaI Science Teacher
(39.0%) Secondary SchooI PhysicaI Education Teacher
(38.9%) University PsychoIogy Teacher
(38.3%) Secondary SchooI VocationaI Teacher
(38.2%) University Math Teacher
(36.5%) Secondary SchooI Math Teacher
(34.7%) University Humanities Teacher
(33.6%) University SociaI Science Teacher (other than PsychoIogy)
(33.0%) PubIic HeaIth Educator
(32.7%) University EngIish Teacher
(31.8%) University Teacher- Education ReIated Subject
(31.7%) EducationaI PsychoIogist
(31.2%) Teachers Aide
(31.2%) University AgricuIturaI Science Teacher
(30.5%) University Foreign Language Teacher
(29.7%) Secondary SchooI EngIish Teacher
(28.6%) Teacher for Sense Impaired
(28.5%) Teacher for EmotionaIIy Impaired
(27.7%) University MedicaI Teacher
(27.4%) Instructor - PhysicaI Fitness
(24.1%) Kindergarten Teacher
(23.6%) Secondary SchooI Teacher (GeneraI)
(22.9%) University Teacher - Business ReIated Subject
(22.2%) University Law Teacher
(19.7%) SpeciaI Education EvaIuator
(19.5%) SpeciaI Education Teacher
(18.5%) Nursing Instructor
(17.5%) Graduate Assistant - University
(17.0%) PreschooI Teacher
(17.0%) EIementary SchooI Teacher
(0.7%) Instructor - AduIt Education
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Financial
(79.2%) Transit CIerk
(76.2%) Cash Accounting CIerk
(72.7%) Actuary
(71.0%) BiIIing SpeciaIist
(68.8%) Accounts ReceivabIe SpeciaIist
(68.1%) Tax Preparer
(66.9%) Appraiser - ReaI Estate
(66.9%) Tax SpeciaIist
(66.3%) Loan and Credit CIerk
(66.1%) Accountant/Bookkeeper - AII Functions
(66.0%) TitIe Examiner
(65.7%) PayroII SpeciaIist
(65.0%) Customer CompIaints Officer
(64.7%) Credit Authorizer
(64.5%) Insurance CIaims CIerk
(63.8%) Accounts PayabIe SpeciaIist
(63.6%) Bank TeIIer
(63.3%) Credit Checker
(61.6%) FinanciaI AnaIyst
(59.4%) Price AnaIyst
(56.1%) Loan Officer
(55.8%) Purchasing SpeciaIist
(55.3%) Brokerage CIerk (Stock or Commodities Broker)
(53.2%) Economist
(53.1%) Credit AnaIyst
(52.8%) Merchandise Appraiser
(51.9%) Home Furnishings Estimator
(51.3%) Auditor
(51.1%) Insurance PoIicy CIerk
(50.5%) Cost Estimator
(50.0%) Construction Cost ConsuItant
(48.7%) Insurance Appraiser - Auto
(47.0%) Insurance Adjuster, Investigator
(43.0%) Budget AnaIyst
(38.3%) Insurance Underwriter
(32.5%) FinanciaI CounseIIor
(29.8%) CoIIections SpeciaIist
(27.2%) CIaims Examiner - Insurance
(7.0%) Auctioneer
Government
(74.5%) Urban and RegionaI PIanner
(74.3%) Patent Examiner
(70.4%) PostaI - MaiI CIerk
(66.6%) Court Reporter/transcriber
(65.5%) Customs Broker
(64.9%) EIevator Inspector
(64.8%) Aviation Inspector
(64.1%) InteIIigence SpeciaIist
(64.1%) CIaims Taker - UnempIoyment Benefits
(62.6%) Forensic Crime Investigation Technician
(61.8%) CriminoIogist
(60.2%) PostaI - Service CIerk
(59.9%) Court CIerk
(48.2%) EnvironmentaI CompIiance Inspector
(46.7%) Hearing Officer, JudiciaI Reviewer
(45.9%) Marine Cargo Inspector
(44.8%) HeaIth Officer & Inspector
(42.5%) PubIic Transportation Inspector
(40.8%) LegisIative Assistant
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Government
(39.5%) Veterinarian Inspector
(39.4%) Forester Aide
(37.5%) FinanciaI Examiner
(37.4%) Probation, CorrectionaI SpeciaIist
(35.8%) Forester - ProfessionaI
(33.3%) Corrections Officer
(32.3%) Tax Examiner, Tax CoIIector
(32.0%) Firefighter
(28.6%) PostaI - MaiI Carrier
(27.4%) Park NaturaIist
(26.1%) Immigration and Customs Inspector
(24.9%) Government Property Inspector
(23.7%) Foreign Affairs & Trade Officer
(16.9%) BaiIiff
(4.8%) Refuse and RecycIabIe MateriaI CoIIector
(0.0%) Coastguard Officer
(0.0%) Parking Enforcement Officer
(0.0%) Paving Equipment Operator
(0.0%) PoIice Officer
Healthcare
(66.9%) MedicaI Receptionist
(66.9%) BioIogy Specimen Technician
(64.5%) PhysioIogist
(64.2%) ToxicoIogist
(63.7%) MedicaI Records Technician
(63.5%) MedicaI Scientist
(62.9%) PathoIogist
(62.3%) MedicaI Device Designer
(62.3%) PharmacoIogy Research Scientist
(62.2%) SociaI PsychoIogist
(59.7%) OraI PathoIogist
(56.6%) MedicaI Equipment ControI Staff
(56.6%) MedicaI Researcher - Growth and Aging
(56.3%) SurgicaI OrderIy
(54.2%) MedicaI Researcher - Disease and human heaIth
(53.9%) Pheresis Technician
(53.6%) Radiation-Protection SpeciaIist
(51.9%) MedicaI Engineer
(51.8%) DiaIysis Technician
(51.4%) SurgicaI TechnoIogist
(50.8%) Optician, Dispensing & Measuring
(50.7%) Orthotist
(49.6%) Surgeon
(49.3%) Surgeon - OraI
(49.2%) Respiratory Therapist
(48.3%) MedicaI, CIinicaI Lab Technician
(48.1%) Prosthodontist
(47.9%) DentaI Hygienist
(47.8%) Physician's Assistant
(47.0%) Pharmacy Assistant
(47.0%) Pharmacy Technician
(46.7%) EIectroneurodiagnostic TechnoIogist
(46.0%) DentaI Assistant
(45.9%) MedicaI Assistant
(45.8%) CardioIogy TechnoIogist
(44.4%) Doctor - Medicine
(44.1%) NucIear Medicine TechnoIogist
(44.1%) Emergency MedicaI Technician
(44.0%) AnaesthesioIogist
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Healthcare
(43.8%) Acupuncturist - TraditionaI Chinese Medicine Practitioner
(43.7%) RecreationaI Therapist
(43.1%) CIinicaI PsychoIogist
(43.0%) CounseIIing PsychoIogist
(42.9%) Marriage CounseIIor
(41.7%) Podiatrist
(40.7%) Pharmacist
(40.7%) Audiometrist
(40.0%) Dentist
(39.2%) Doctor - Osteopathy
(39.1%) SociaI Worker
(39.0%) Radiation Therapist
(38.9%) DeveIopmentaI PsychoIogist
(38.8%) AudioIogist
(38.6%) Optometrist
(37.8%) SociaI Worker-MedicaI Psychiatric
(37.3%) Speech-Language PathoIogist
(37.2%) Orthodontist
(37.1%) Psychiatric Technician
(37.0%) EIectrocardiograph Technician
(36.8%) Optometric & OphthaImic Technician
(36.1%) Orientation & MobiIity Therapist
(35.2%) Psychiatrist
(35.0%) ManuaI Arts Therapist
(34.6%) Chiropractor
(33.8%) VocationaI RehabiIitation SpeciaIist
(32.8%) OccupationaI Therapist
(32.3%) Licensed PracticaI Nurse
(32.3%) Registered Nurse
(30.6%) Exercise PhysioIogist
(30.2%) Dietetic Technician
(28.5%) TranspIant Coordinator
(26.6%) PhysicaI Therapist
(24.5%) Dietician
(22.0%) Corrective Therapist
(0.0%) AmbuIance Driver
Human Resources
(56.7%) Training MateriaIs DeveIoper
(52.1%) SaIary, Compensation & Benefits SpeciaIist
(46.2%) EmpIoyee Recruitment & SeIection SpeciaIist
(42.1%) IndustriaI-OrganizationaI PsychoIogist
(41.7%) EmpIoyee Coaching or CounseIIing SpeciaIist
(40.5%) Human Resources SpeciaIist - OrganizationaI DeveIopment
(38.7%) Human Resources SpeciaIist - AII Functions
(33.9%) EquaI EmpIoyment Opportunity or Affirmative Action SpeciaIist
(32.8%) OccupationaI HeaIth & Safety SpeciaIist
(31.8%) WorkpIace Bargaining-IndustriaI ReIations SpeciaIist
(13.8%) Training SpeciaIist
Manufacturing - Consumer Goods (Except Food)
(82.8%) TextiIe Science Technician
(76.8%) SiIk Screen Processor
(76.3%) ScuIptor
(72.8%) Fashion Designer
(72.5%) TextiIe Chemistry Engineer
(71.5%) GIass BIower, MoIder
(71.3%) JeweIIer
(70.3%) Cabinet Maker
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Manufacturing - Consumer Goods (Except Food)
(69.2%) TaiIor
(68.7%) GIazier
(66.9%) TextiIe Machine Operator
(64.4%) Furniture Finisher
(63.6%) Pottery Maker
(62.9%) UphoIsterer
(62.2%) Sewing Machine Operator
(61.5%) Laser Operator
(58.9%) Watchmaker
(50.6%) Lens Coating Technician
(45.7%) Packer and Packager
Manufacturing - Food
(75.8%) SoiI Conservationist
(64.5%) ArtificiaI Breeding Technician
(62.6%) Laboratory Technician
(62.5%) Food Scientist
(62.3%) BiotechnoIogist
(61.8%) Winemaker
(58.9%) AgricuIturaI AnimaI Scientist
(57.4%) Food Science Technician
(53.1%) Food R & D Technician
(45.1%) Baker
(40.7%) Butcher
(39.2%) Farm Management Advisor
(37.8%) Farm Equipment Mechanic
(36.5%) Fish Hatchery Worker
(32.9%) GeneraI Farm Worker
(25.4%) Farm Equipment Operator
Manufacturing - ndustrial Goods
(94.0%) Engineer - Semiconductor Equipment
(87.7%) Engineer - LCD Equipment
(85.0%) Engineer - LCD Process
(84.5%) Engineer - IndustriaI
(84.0%) Engineer - Marine
(83.1%) Engineer - Aerospace
(82.4%) Aerospace Engineering Technician
(82.0%) Computer NumericaI ControI Programmer
(81.9%) Engineer - NucIear
(81.5%) CommerciaI, IndustriaI Designer
(81.2%) Engineer - HydroeIectric
(80.8%) Engineer - QuaIity ControI
(80.8%) Engineer - Production Line Programming
(79.8%) Engineer - Product Safety
(78.7%) Engineer - Heat Dissipation
(78.4%) NucIear Equipment Technician
(78.0%) Engineer - WeIding
(78.0%) Piping Drafter
(77.6%) Engineer - MechanicaI
(77.3%) Engineer - Ceramic
(77.3%) Engineer - EnvironmentaI
(77.3%) MetaIIurgicaI Technician
(77.1%) Engineer - Process Manufacturing
(77.0%) Engineer - SoIar Energy TechnoIogy
(75.1%) QuaIity Assurance Technician
(75.0%) Engineer - Fire Prevention
(74.9%) Engineer - EIectronic Safety
(73.9%) NavaI Architect
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Manufacturing - ndustrial Goods
(72.1%) Powder MetaIIurgy Die Technician
(71.5%) MechanicaI Drafter
(70.0%) MoId Maker
(69.4%) TextiIe Dyeing and Finishing Technician
(69.4%) AssembIer - EIectronics
(66.6%) Precision PoIishing Technician
(65.8%) EIectricaI Engineering Technician
(65.1%) PIastics Process Operative
(64.7%) Die-Casting Technician
(64.3%) Precision Instrument Maker
(63.9%) Sheet MetaI Technician
(63.1%) PIastic MoIding Technician
(62.8%) EIectropIating / Surface Treatment Technician
(62.4%) Marine Architect
(62.0%) MiIIing Machine Operator
(61.3%) Engineer - AgricuIturaI
(60.5%) Lathe Operator
(59.5%) MetaI, PIastic Patternmaker
(59.5%) MoIding Technician
(58.5%) Computer NumericaI ControI Board Operator
(56.2%) EIectricaI Power Line Person
(56.0%) Wire EIectrode Cutting Technician
(55.7%) Framer
(55.3%) MechanicaI Engineering Technician
(53.5%) Woodworking Machine Operator
(52.3%) IndustriaI Safety Inspector
(50.7%) Packaging Machine Operator
(49.6%) BoiIermaker
(46.0%) Light Engine Mechanic
(45.6%) Pressure VesseI Inspector
(44.4%) AssembIer - Machines
(42.7%) Machine Technician
(40.6%) Marine Mechanic
(39.2%) Product Maintenance SpeciaIist
(10.5%) ForkIift Operator
Office and Administrative Support
(70.8%) Word-processor - Typist
(65.8%) Secretary - (Software SkiIIs Focus)
(63.5%) Secretary - GeneraI Administrative Support (MinimaI PeopIe Interaction)
(58.7%) TransIator (Written)
(57.8%) TransIator (VerbaI) - Interpreter
(52.5%) Administrative Assistant
(50.5%) Receptionist
(50.3%) PersonaI Assistant
(41.7%) Data Entry SpeciaIist
Sales, Marketing and Retail
(78.9%) Exhibit Designer
(78.0%) Stock and Inventory CIerk
(68.0%) Market Research AnaIyst
(67.4%) Merchandise DispIayer
(63.0%) SaIesperson for Computers (RetaiI)
(60.1%) SaIesperson for EIectronics (RetaiI)
(59.7%) SaIesperson for Computers (Corporate Customers)
(56.6%) Internet Marketing SpeciaIist
(54.6%) SaIesperson for Information Services
(52.6%) Stock CIerk (no inventory taking)
(50.2%) SaIesperson (RetaiI)
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Sales, Marketing and Retail
(49.8%) SaIesperson (Provides Information with MinimaI Persuasion)
(49.1%) SaIesperson for Artistic Product or Service
(46.6%) PubIic ReIations SpeciaIist (Government Focus)
(45.3%) PubIic ReIations SpeciaIist (Media Focus)
(45.0%) Advertising SpeciaIist (Ad Design Focus)
(43.5%) SaIesperson (Sources Customers and ActiveIy Persuades)
(43.4%) Advertising Copywriter
(43.0%) Marketing Research Interviewer
(42.1%) Marketing SpeciaIist (Focus on Research)
(41.4%) SaIesperson for ChiIdren's EducationaI Products or Services
(37.4%) SaIesperson for Engineering Services
(37.0%) SaIesperson (TeIemarketing)
(35.6%) SaIesperson for Corporate Training Services
(35.2%) WhoIesaIe and RetaiI Buyer
(34.7%) SaIesperson for ChemicaIs
(33.2%) SaIesperson for HeaIth Products or Services
(32.2%) Marketing SpeciaIist (Focus on Branding)
(31.9%) SaIesperson (ActiveIy Attempts to Persuade)
(31.2%) SaIesperson for Pets or AnimaIs
(31.1%) SaIesperson for FinanciaI Services
(30.7%) Marketing SpeciaIist (Focus on Product Definition)
(29.7%) Fundraiser
(28.9%) SaIesperson for Securities and Commodities
(28.6%) Advertising Purchaser
(28.0%) SaIesperson for PIants
(27.0%) Marketing SpeciaIist (Ad Testing-Focus Groups)
(25.3%) Cashier
(20.1%) SaIesperson for Insurance
(14.5%) SaIesperson for Marketing Services
(13.8%) SaIesperson for Advertising
(12.7%) SaIesperson for MedicaI Equipment
(11.7%) Demonstrator, Promoter
(10.9%) SaIesperson for PharmaceuticaI Products
(8.7%) SaIesperson for Property Management and RentaI
(8.6%) SaIesperson for ReaI Estate
(7.9%) SaIesperson for Staffing and Outsourcing Services
Science
(82.9%) Chemist
(82.5%) Geophysicist
(81.9%) EnvironmentaI Science Technician
(81.4%) Physicist
(81.1%) EnvironmentaI Scientist
(80.2%) MeteroIogist
(79.1%) Geographer
(78.5%) Astronomer
(75.2%) Photographer - Scientific
(71.5%) SocioIogist
(69.8%) AnthropoIogist
(68.3%) GeneaIogist
(68.1%) Geneticist
(66.6%) Oceanographer
(64.5%) Linguistic Scientist
(63.4%) ExperimentaI PsychoIogist
(62.3%) GeoIogist
(61.5%) ArchaeoIogist
(57.7%) PIant Reproduction Scientist
(56.3%) Biochemist
(54.9%) ZooIogist
(53.8%) Botanist
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Science
(52.5%) MicrobioIogist
(52.3%) BiotechnoIogy Technician
(52.2%) Biophysicist
(49.8%) BioIogy Researcher
(49.6%) BioIogist
(43.1%) PoIiticaI Scientist
Services - Broadcasting & Entertainment
(88.1%) Camera Operator - TeIevision, Video or FiIm
(86.7%) MuItimedia Engineer
(86.5%) FiIm Editor
(84.9%) Broadcast Technician
(82.7%) AudiovisuaI Technician
(82.4%) Lighting Technician
(82.4%) Sound Technician
(68.8%) Musician
(67.7%) Cartoonist, Animator
(65.5%) Actor
(63.9%) Broadcast News AnaIyst
(62.5%) Scout-Sports
(58.0%) Make-Up Artist
(56.6%) Sports Agent
(54.9%) Dancer
(54.3%) Wardrobe SpeciaIist
(51.9%) Recreation Worker
(49.3%) Croupier
(48.5%) ProfessionaI AthIete
(44.9%) Usher, Lobby Attendant
(38.1%) Agent for Performers
(31.5%) Sports Commentator
(29.0%) Coach - Sports
(4.0%) Media Presenter
(0.5%) Disc Jockey
Services - Business & Professional
(78.7%) Library Research Worker
(78.6%) Packaging Designer
(78.4%) MeteoroIogicaI Technician
(78.0%) Graphics Designer
(75.8%) Museum Research Worker
(73.4%) ProfessionaI Photographer
(71.3%) Engineering TechnoIogy TechnicaI Writer
(71.1%) Fine Artist
(71.0%) Statistician
(69.5%) Logistic Technician
(69.4%) Mathematician
(69.4%) Mapping Technician
(69.3%) MathematicaI Technician
(69.2%) ModeI
(68.9%) Security System Technician
(65.0%) Museum Technician, Conservator
(63.9%) Storage and Distribution Technician
(62.8%) Librarian
(62.0%) Library Technician
(59.1%) MateriaIs and Equipment Acquisition SpeciaIist
(52.9%) Purchasing, Contract Agent
(51.3%) EIectronic Equipment Repairer
(50.9%) Law CIerk
(50.3%) ParaIegaI & LegaI Assistant
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Services - Business & Professional
(43.0%) Management AnaIyst
(42.9%) Mediator & Arbitrator
(39.2%) Security Guard
(39.0%) Lawyer
(38.8%) Property & Contract Administrators
(37.4%) Automotive Mechanic
(37.4%) MotorcycIe Mechanic
(36.2%) Diver
(35.2%) Automotive Body Repairer
(34.4%) Janitor, CIeaner
(24.7%) Tire Repairer and Changer
Services - Personal & Home
(76.1%) Wedding PIanner
(70.8%) NaiI Technician
(68.2%) Beauty Treatment SpeciaIist
(64.2%) Hand or Machine Engraver
(63.5%) EIectronic Equipment InstaIIer
(61.3%) Locksmith and Safe Repairer
(60.7%) Interior Designer
(59.2%) Private Investigator
(58.8%) MusicaI Instrument Repairer and Tuner
(57.4%) Pet Groomer
(55.2%) Shoe and Leather Worker and Repairer
(54.6%) Dry CIeaning Machine Operator
(53.6%) Pest ControIIer
(52.6%) Hairdresser or HairstyIist
(50.0%) FIoraI Designer
(48.4%) Career CounseIIor
(47.7%) AnimaI Caretaker
(45.9%) Veterinarian
(44.5%) PIumber
(44.4%) EIectricaI AppIiance Repairer
(40.4%) Human Services Worker
(39.3%) Masseur
(39.3%) ChiId Care Worker
(38.2%) Private ChiId Monitor
(35.8%) Youth Worker
(32.1%) Home CIeaning Service Worker
(29.5%) Veterinarian Assistant
(28.9%) PersonaI Fitness Trainer
(27.9%) Gardener
(26.9%) Weed ControIIer
(25.1%) Private Housekeeper
(24.0%) Lawn Service Worker
(22.9%) CIergy
(21.1%) Car DetaiIer
(18.5%) AnimaI Trainer
(8.1%) Riding Instructor
(0.0%) Driving Instructor
(0.0%) Taxi Driver and Chauffeur
Services - Publishing
(78.0%) Painter or IIIustrator
(73.9%) Sketch Artist
(72.3%) Cartographer, Photogrammetrist
(69.6%) Prepress Printing Technician
(62.6%) Creative Writer
(62.2%) Book Editor
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Services - Publishing
(62.2%) Copy Reader
(61.0%) Editor
(57.1%) Reporter and Correspondent
(54.3%) Printing Press Operator
(54.1%) Precision Printing Worker
(50.8%) CoIumnist, Critic, Commentator
(49.6%) Caption Writer
(35.4%) Bookbinding SpeciaIist
Services - Transportation & Travel
(78.0%) Radio Operator - Aviation
(70.3%) Express DeIivery CIerk
(69.6%) TraveI Agent
(67.0%) FIight Attendant
(61.0%) Tour Guide
(59.7%) Cargo and Freight Agent
(57.6%) FIight Engineer
(53.3%) Aircraft Maintenance Technician
(49.6%) Train ControI Technician
(45.4%) Train Maintenance Mechanic
(44.0%) Painter - Transportation Equipment
(36.2%) Truck Driver
(35.8%) Air Cargo Ground Crew
(31.6%) Rust Proofer - VehicIes
(17.9%) Train Engineer
(0.0%) Air Traffic ControIIer
(0.0%) Bus Driver
(0.0%) DeIivery Driver - Courier
(0.0%) Mover
Technology - Communication Related
(85.5%) Communications/TeIecommunication Systems Engineer
(77.1%) Transmitter Engineer
(51.2%) TeIecommunications Technician
(44.7%) Directory Assistance Operator
Technology - Hardware Manufacturing
(93.1%) Engineer - EIectronics
(92.8%) Semiconductor Process Engineer
(92.8%) Computer Equipment Engineer
(92.6%) IC SimuIation Design Engineer
(91.9%) Power SuppIy Engineer
(91.4%) EIectronic Products Systems Engineer
(88.5%) Engineer - EIectricaI
(88.4%) Semiconductor Engineer
(88.1%) EIectronics Engineering Technician
(87.3%) IC Layout Engineer
(87.0%) DigitaI IC Design Engineer
(85.9%) Optics Engineer
(85.9%) Opto-EIectricaI Engineer
(85.9%) Micro-eIectromechanicaI Engineer
(83.9%) Laser Technician
(81.8%) Auto controI Engineer - Aerospace
(81.5%) EIectronics Engineering Associate
(80.8%) EIectricaI Engineering Associate
(80.4%) EIectronic Mechanic, Technician
(78.6%) ReIiabiIity Engineer
(78.3%) EIectronic Drafter
(77.0%) Firmware Testing Engineer
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Technology - Hardware Manufacturing
(76.2%) RF Communications Engineer
(76.0%) Computer AssembIer and Tester
(75.4%) PCB Wiring Engineer
(72.3%) PCB Technician
(71.8%) System Integration Engineer
(69.2%) Production Equipment Engineer
(53.7%) Procurement Engineer
Technology - Software & Services
(84.2%) Computer Equipment Repairer
(83.1%) Firmware Engineer
(83.0%) Computer Game Designer
(82.2%) Network Programming Designer
(81.7%) Programmer - GeneraI (MinimaI PeopIe Interaction)
(81.6%) Website Designer
(80.6%) Software AnaIyst/Designer
(80.5%) Web Software Engineer
(80.0%) Computer Security SpeciaIist
(79.9%) Webmaster
(78.8%) Database SpeciaIist
(77.9%) Network Security AnaIyst
(77.1%) MuItimedia Designer
(76.7%) Programmer - GeneraI (Some PeopIe Interaction)
(75.1%) Video Game DeveIoper
(73.9%) CAD/CAM Engineer
(73.7%) Programmer - GeneraI (SubstantiaI PeopIe Interaction)
(72.9%) BIOS Software Engineer
(71.9%) Network Engineer
(71.1%) Information TechnoIogy TechnicaI Writer
(58.5%) Computer Support SpeciaIist
(35.7%) E-Commerce SpeciaIist
Utilities
(72.3%) EIectricaI Grid Technician
(70.9%) Estimator, Drafter - UtiIities
(46.0%) Power PIant BoiIer Operator
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Welcome to the Harrison Career Guide! The Harrison Career Guide is a valuable tool for starting, changing, or
developing your career. t measures 175 factors including your task preferences, motivations, work environment
preferences, interests, and interpersonal preferences.
The questionnaire includes a technological 'consistency detector' that indicates the reliability of results by analyzing the
consistency of the answers on the questionnaire. Your consistency score is 42 which indicates that you were 88.4%
consistent in answering the questionnaire. This indicates a high likelihood that you were truthful, accurately self-aware,
and able to concentrate on the questionnaire.
Disclaimer: This report is based on more than 20 years of research and applied application in more than 60 countries.
Although the algorithms that derive the information have proven to be accurate, every statement is not necessarily
correct. Harrison Assessments nt'l, and its associated companies do NOT accept any liability of any kind including
negligence related to the accuracy or the use of this information.
Your Task Preferences
The following are tasks you find enjoyable. t would be beneficial to have a career that involves doing most of these
tasks (listed in order of importance):
.
Doing something artistic
.
Working with computers
.
Doing clerical work
.
Meeting and interacting with new people
.
Analyzing facts, problems and decisions
.
Doing tasks that need to be done systematically
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Organizing something
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Working with numbers
.
Building or making something
.
Researching or learning new information
The following are tasks you tend to dislike. t would be beneficial if your career involves doing little of these tasks (listed
according to greatest dislike first):
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Enforcing rules
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Driving a vehicle
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Doing physical work
Your Interests
The following are interests that are important to you. t could be beneficial to incorporate some of these interests into
your career:
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Science
.
Electronics
.
Writing or Language
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Psychology
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Entertainment
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Your Interests
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Physical Science
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Manufacturing
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Biology
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Computer Software
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Computer Hardware
Your Preferred Work Environment
You enjoy working as part of a team. Therefore you may find it rewarding to have a career that involves working in a
team environment.
You don't mind standing for long periods.
You don't mind repetitive tasks.
You would work better in a position that does not have many pressures for deadlines.
You will work best in a quiet working environment.
Your InterpersonaI SkiIIs
Generally, you have a moderately optimistic attitude, but you may at times become a little discouraged about the future.
This could hinder your career development if it is not adjusted. You can be relaxed while working, but you may be
experiencing a little tension. Although many people have an even higher level of tension, it would be better for your
health to learn to relax more. You are also moderately able to deal with stress when it occurs.
You have some areas of good interpersonal skills. You are reasonably forthright or frank. You are moderately helpful
with regard to others' needs. This is somewhat balanced. You tend to be tolerant of people who are blunt. You are
outgoing. Thus you would enjoy a career that involves meeting new people. You enjoy trying to influence others. You
are very empathetic and warm. Your warm-heartedness will enable you to influence others more successfully.
There are some interpersonal areas in which you could improve. You may have difficulty being tactful. Consequently,
you tend to be blunt and this will probably hurt your career by alienating others. You may sometimes have difficulty
expressing your own wants and needs. You are moderately helpful with regards to others' needs. Consequently, you
may occasionally miss opportunities to create mutually beneficial opportunities. You have extremely low self-esteem.
You are fairly uninterested in self-improvement. Consequently, you may have a few unresolved issues about yourself.
You may at times be inflexible. This could sometimes cause strain in communications with others.
Overall, if you wish to pursue a career that requires a significant amount of interpersonal skills, you need to further
develop these skills.
Your Motivation
You are somewhat self-motivated. You take a great deal of initiative. You prefer work that presents moderate
challenges and tasks you know you can achieve, and you are moderately clear and enthusiastic about your goals. You
prefer only a moderate amount of autonomy in your work. You tend to implement your creative ideas. You don't mind
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Your Motivation
tasks that require some perseverance.
You are highly motivated by (listed in the general order of importance):
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A chance to take initiative
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An opportunity to earn high pay
.
Receiving recognition
You will probably be demotivated by (listed in the general order of importance):
.
Seeing no opportunity to earn high pay
.
Having to tell others what to do
.
Feeling stuck in a job
Your Decision-making
You enjoy analyzing facts and decisions, and you are reasonably willing to assume decision-making authority. You are
willing to collaborate with others with regard to making decisions. You sometimes make decisions using your intuition.
You are willing to take risks, but at this time you may tend to be a little pessimistic about the outcome. You have a very
strong tendency to analyze the potential difficulties of plans and strategies, making it more likely that once you come to
a decision you will have thought through the important issues.
You normally approach decisions with an open and reflective mind, but you have strong opinions. You are
strong-minded but your beliefs are generally formed through considering different viewpoints rather than being
dogmatic. When making decisions, you often prefer to try a new approach to a situation. You enjoy planning, but you
prefer not to spend too much time on details. You tend to be systematic in your approach to plans and decisions. You
usually take a moderate amount of time when making decisions.
Your Leadership
Your moderately clear goals may need to be discerned further before you can provide a clear vision to others. You do
not have much interest in a leadership position. Therefore you may wish to ignore the remainder of this section.
However, if you wish to be in a leadership position sometime in the future this section may be relevant. You prefer
goals that are moderately challenging, and your goals are moderately clear at this time. Also, your lack of optimism
could also be a barrier to motivating others. Your natural tendency to plan will help you achieve the objectives of your
organization. You have a natural tendency to try to influence others, however, you may need to learn to enlist the
cooperation of others before you can influence them. You may be uncomfortable making presentations to groups. You
will either need to learn to do so, or you could miss out on valuable opportunities to influence groups of people.
You are reasonably self-motivated, but you may need to develop your self-motivation further if you are in a leadership
position. You tend to take a great deal of initiative. Consequently you are more likely to be successful in a career and
as a leader. Your determination to reach a goal is a very good asset for a leader. You tend to implement your creative
ideas. You tend to be well organized. This could help you to organize the efforts of other people. You will tend to create
a reasonably unstructured organization. You may at times tend to be a little too inflexible, causing you to lose potential
support from others. You are progressive and innovative. This will surely benefit your leadership.
You are reasonably uninterested in self-improvement. This will hinder your development as a leader. You tend to be
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Your Leadership
hard on yourself. This could even cause you to be hard on other people. Developing greater self-acceptance would
probably enable you to become more successful as a leader.
You have a desire to work for a capable authority, and you don't care too much about having autonomy in your work.
n general, your interpersonal skills need further development in order for you to be effective as a leader. Your ability to
mix and interact directly with the people working under you will enable you to gain a better perspective of your
organization. You are very empathetic and warm which could be beneficial to your leadership. However, you dislike
enforcing necessary rules. Consequently you may neglect doing so. Your bluntness could easily undermine the loyalty
and motivation of the people you lead. Your open-mindedness will help you gain respect.
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The Harrison system has a unique way of identifying your special strengths. t measures 175 traits and identifies your
highest priorities and values - where you invest yourself and what you love doing the most. When you are able to use
these key strengths, your career is more fulfilling and more successful.
Some of the strengths described are paradoxical pairs of traits where two strengths seem to be opposite or
contradictory, but in fact are complementary or synergistic. Paradoxical strengths describe a unique ability which
enables you to be more versatile and to respond more effectively to a variety of different situations in your life or in your
work. For example, frankness and diplomacy reflects a paradoxical pair of traits. While the two traits appear to be
opposite, they are actually complementary. f you are both frank and diplomatic, you communicate truthfully and
respectfully. This unique ability enables you to build relationships while at the same time getting things done.
f you are currently a job seeker, being able to clearly verbalize your strengths can help you to get the job you are
seeking. Consequently, we recommend that you reflect on the strengths below as well as your achievements that were
the result of applying these strengths. This will enable employers to better understand how your unique strengths can
create value for their organization.
f you are currently employed, look for ways you can further apply these strengths in your current job. The more you
can apply your strengths the more likely you will achieve personal satisfaction and career success.
f you spend effort building on your strengths, it is much more likely to help your career than if you focus on your
weaknesses. Strengths relate to enjoyable patterns of thought and behavior which can be productively applied. These
are refined with practice and combined with skills and knowledge that you acquire. Consequently, these strengths are
the most powerful means you have of moving your career forward.
The questionnaire includes a technological 'consistency detector' that indicates the reliability of results by analyzing the
consistency of the answers on the questionnaire. Your consistency score is 42 which indicates that you were 88.4%
consistent in answering the questionnaire. This indicates a high likelihood that you were truthful, accurately self-aware,
and able to concentrate on the questionnaire.
Disclaimer: This report is based on more than 20 years of research and applied application in more than 60 countries.
Although the algorithms that derive the information have proven to be accurate, every statement is not necessarily
correct. Harrison Assessments nt'l, and its associated companies do NOT accept any liability of any kind including
negligence related to the accuracy or the use of this information.
Managing Risks
You have a very strong tendency to analyze the potential difficulties of plans and strategies and you are likely to be
extremely mindful when making strategic decisions.
Your desire to take business risks combined with your very strong tendency to analyze potential problems probably
enables you to formulate strategies that have a high potential payoff. This combination could enable you to reap
significant benefits from your ventures.
Being Adaptive And Organized
You tend to be very well organized, keeping things in good order.
Your tendency to be very organized enables you to create order even in challenging situations.
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BuiIding Affinity And AccountabiIity
You tend to very often express warmth and empathy.
You are outgoing and enjoy meeting and interacting with people. This can put others at ease and provide you with
opportunities for networking that can benefit your career.
LogicaIIy SoIving ProbIems
Even though you tend to be very logical, you can at times be intuitive. While your analytical approach may be quite
useful in solving many problems, you may at times tend to overly rely on a left brain approach and thus be less adept
than you could be at sensing the important factors that might give you greater insight into a situation.
You approach a new project by considering all the steps as well as the order in which those steps need to be
accomplished.
Achieving Innovation
You enjoy trying new things and often experiment with new ways of doing things.
Your reasonable level of persistence combined with your high level of willingness to try new things enables you to be
inventive. Your creativity can be very useful when starting in a new direction, taking on a new project, or doing
something that has not been done before.
Making ThoughtfuI ConcIusions
You enjoy reflecting on different ideas and opinions and you are generally open-minded. You are likely to be good at
brainstorming.
You are confident in your opinions, yet you continue to explore different viewpoints and adjust your opinions when
appropriate. Even though you have strong opinions, you consider many different ideas before coming to a conclusion.
As a result, your conclusions tend to be thoughtful and well considered. Although your strong opinions may at times
give the appearance of dogmatism, you are quick to change to a better idea as soon as it is presented. Even though
you are very open to the ideas of others, you are not swayed by their opinions unless they have a better idea. You are
truly a truth explorer because you search for and discover greater and greater clarity of understanding.
Engaging In Participative Management
You enjoy collaboration and are quite willing to collaborate with others with regard to important decisions.
Your tendency to collaborate enables you to be good at generating participation with decisions. By gaining the input of
others you tend to make better decisions. By encouraging participation from others you increase their motivation and
involvement which leads to better implementation. n addition, you generally accept responsibility for decisions.
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