Can Your Favorite Color Determine Your Perfect Job?

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Can Your Favorite Color Determine Your Perfect Job?

Post  Logan on Fri Dec 25, 2009 4:17 pm


Do you ever wish finding the perfect job could be as easy as 1, 2, 3? According to new research, it might be as easy as red, yellow or blue. That's right; by determining which primary, secondary and achromatic colors you prefer most and least, you can figure out a successful career path based on how you approach work, the types of workplaces where you work best and how you handle work tasks.

The Color Career Counselor, powered by The Dewey Color System -- the world's only validated, non-language color-based career testing instrument -- uses color preferences to determine successful career paths.

http://www.careerpath.com/career-tests/colorcareercounselor.aspx

So are you a researcher, creator, social manager, persuader, doer or organizer? To find out what career path you should be following based on your preferred colors, here are a few examples of what certain choices say about you, and the careers and skills that compliment them.

If you prefer: yellow, purple and white: You're the communicator
You create profitable perspectives -- how to break into new accounts or be heard by other employees. By simply identifying a client's point of view, you develop strategies that open doors, even if they had already been shut. Your excellent communication skills can create problem-solving forums. These careers work best:
- corporate communications
- marketing
- religious occupations


If you prefer: red, green and black: You're the investor.
You know the value of money and resources, as well as the intrinsic worth of each co-worker's contributions. Your supportive, yet analytical personality works best in:
- finance
- accounting
- banking
- manufacturing
- property management
- production analysis
- investment
- money management
- consulting
- product sales
- teaching


If you prefer: blue, orange and brown: You're the activist.
Your strong community beliefs and no-nonsense approach improves services for those around you. Occupations where you can improve existing specifications or impact social values work best for you. Consider careers in:
- engineering
- building, or
- developing new programs, companies or products
- law enforcement
- firefighting
- social or government work
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Re: Can Your Favorite Color Determine Your Perfect Job?

Post  MightyA on Fri Dec 25, 2009 4:28 pm

Considering my choice of color (Blue), I should be in
- engineering
- building, or
- developing new programs, companies or products
- law enforcement
- firefighting
- social or government work

Well, I'm in none of the above. As a kid I did want to be a fireman.
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Re: Can Your Favorite Color Determine Your Perfect Job?

Post  SlimJim on Fri Dec 25, 2009 4:58 pm

I'm in product sales, but I don't like red or green.
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Re: Can Your Favorite Color Determine Your Perfect Job?

Post  Celsius on Thu Dec 31, 2009 9:58 am

This is right on target. Black is my color of choice, if you can call it a color. Actually it's all the colors mixed together. Just like the folks here down under. A cauldron of he## raisers twisted:
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