Christian Tuminski, CFNN Reporter

We’ve talked about colleges and planning, and we’ve talked about which courses might be the right fit for you as a student, but what about careers? Suppose that you simply cannot find the career you want to devote your life to. Don’t worry, it’s a big choice and it’s perfectly understandable to be confused and not have your mind set on something.

Have no fear, career quizzes are here! Perhaps you’ve taken one of these before, the handy dandy holy grail of career choice. When you don’t want to follow in the footsteps of your parents but don’t know what to do with yourself, then sites like Princeton Review can provide some aid.

Princeton Review’s quiz, in particular, is short, sweet, and to the point. All it requires is an account to be made at the end of the quiz, but it’s only 24 questions and takes maybe three minutes to complete. 

This particular career quiz labels you as one of four colors once the quiz is over.

Red is called “expediting” and relates to careers such as salespeople and brokers who help to speed up certain processes of a business or organization, especially those people who like to get out and work in the field.

Green is “Communication” and relates to people who enjoy, as the name suggests, communication. Counselors, politicians and even lawyers might be related to this cluster.

Blue is “Planning” and relates to people with a high level of creativity who have a lot to put on the table and ideas to further a goal. Architects, artists, archaeologists, these are just a few of the many careers related to the Blue cluster.

Finally, we have Yellow, which is labeled “Administration”. As much as it might surprise you, this does indeed involve careers such as CEOs, principals, regional managers and everything in between. People with a love for seeing things work out under their supervision will fall into this cluster.

Now that you know all of this, obviously the next step is to take the quiz. It can be found here –

Take the quiz and figure out which cluster you belong to. After the Princeton Review, there are tons of other career quizzes out there. If one doesn’t help you, another one surely will, and soon enough you’ll have a career in mind and you’ll be well on the way to planning for your future as a working man or woman!