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There are so many potential careers in healthcare, choosing one that will make you happy means finding one that fits your personality as well as your goals. The earlier you plan for the career you want the more successful you will be in pursuing it. There are many things to consider when thinking about a career, of course, there are the skills and education you need to have, which we will discuss in depth in this course, but there are other questions to consider as well. What do you want to do every day? Would you like to sit at a desk, work with people one-on-one or would you rather work with groups? Do you like teaching? For example, where do you want to work, a hospital, office, or community center?  What kind of people do you want to work with, children, adults, or the elderly? Is there a specific segment of the population you enjoy working with such as veterans, special needs children, or handicapped? Do you want to travel or would you rather have a job that keeps you in one setting all day or in a residential facility?   In this chapter, you should think about the aspects of your career that you want to shape your life and how you work.  You will begin by analyzing your personality so you can narrow down career choices based on compatibility with your personality.  By the end of this chapter, we hope you have a checklist of important things to make choosing a career easier for you.

Briefly, in one paragraph (no more), describe your feelings about your My Plan results. Specifically: How did you feel about the results? Were you surprised by any aspect of the results? Were some aspects what you expected? BE SPECIFIC about your feelings. Thinking back to the last module, when you submitted your initial thoughts on your chosen career, how well do the results align with your current career intentions? As a result of the career assessments, are you considering any changes to your career plans?

The results of the My Plan Personality assessment are ESFJ.

Emotional Focus:???? Extroverted (E)

Information Gathering:???? Sensor (S)

Decision Making:???? Feeler (F)

Structural Orientation:???? Judgers (J)

The top two career results of the MY Plan career interest inventory assessment are Conventional and Social.

Submission reflects collegiate-level academic writing. Clear effort has been made in terms of proper paragraph construction, sentence structure, grammar, spelling, and punctuation.


Adheres to writing expectations outlined; no glaring errors 2pts

You will lose 2 points if you do not have citations! Few, minor writing mistakes; proofread better going forward. Does not adhere to writing expectations outlined 0.0 pts

Response is appropriate length, clearly describes feelings toward the results and perceptions of alignment with current career intentions.

6.0 pts

Response is no more than one paragraph, clearly describes thoughts on assessment results (points will be deducted for responses longer than one paragraph). 3.0 pts

Response is appropriate length, but only addresses feelings toward results OR perceptions of alignment with current career conditions OR response meets content expectations but is longer than the one paragraph specified 0.0 pts

Total Points: 10.0



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My Careers (1)

Insurance Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators

My Colleges

My Majors

My Notes

My Reports (2)

Personality Test (15-Sep-23)

Interests Test (15-Sep-23)

Composite Score




Prepared for: Tiffany Morrison

Test Date: September 15, 2023  

Personal Interest Areas | Details on Interest Areas | CareerMatch™ | Methodology


  Which Test? What Level of Education?     Interests Test (15-Sep-23) Level 2: Some Training After High School Go!  

Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan   90%

License Clerks   90%

Order Clerks   89%

Statement Clerks   89%

Insurance Policy Processing Clerks   89%

Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks   89%

Word Processors and Typists   89%

Postal Service Clerks   88%

Telephone Operators   88%

New Accounts Clerks   88%

Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service   88%

Office Clerks, General   88%

Receptionists and Information Clerks   87%

Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks   87%

Court Clerks   87%

Correspondence Clerks   87%

Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks   86%

Credit Checkers   85%

Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance   84%

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