Career Tests: 25 Revealing Self-Tests to Help You Find and Succeed at the Perfect Career

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Adams Media, Mar 1, 1998 - Business & Economics - 218 pages
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Tests that help job-seekers evaluate their skills, strengths, and weaknesses are a big business. Unfortunately, these tests are often time-consuming and expensive.

Psychologists have made major breakthroughs in designing tests that you can take -- on your own -- to help you make critical decisions about your career,

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Hmm, never really sure if these tests actually help. But I can tell you by the end, you will know yourself better, be tired of doing the tests, and be ticked off enough that you wasted all that time ... Read full review

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LOUIS JANDA, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Old Dominion University. He is also the author of The Psychologist's Book of Self-Tests: 25 Love, Sex, Intelligence, Career, and Personality Tests and Love and Sex Tests, along with six psychology textbooks. He has appeared on Donahue, Geraldo, and Sonya Friedman, among other television shows.

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