Sunday, March 7, 2010


Yep, pretty much spot on for a life in IT management at a large company. Not so much for stay-at-home parent. But what can you do...

Best Occupational Category

Self-Control, Practical, Self-Contained, Orderly, Systematic, Precise, and Accurate

These conservative appearing, plotting-types enjoy organizing, data systems, accounting, detail, and accuracy. They often enjoy mathematics and data management activities such as accounting and investment management. Persistence and patience allows them to do detailed paperwork, operate office machines, write business reports, and make charts and graphs.

Suggested careers are Administrator, Secretary, Printer, Paralegal, Building Inspector, Bank Cashier, Private Secretary, Statistician, Operations Manager, Financial Analyst, Bookkeeper, Medical Records Technician, Developer of Business or Computer Systems, Clerical Worker, Proofreader, Accountant, Administrative Assistant, Banker, Certified Public Accountant, Credit Manager, Store Salesperson, Actuary, Dental Assistant, Business Education Teacher, Food Service Manager, IRS Agent, Budget Analyst, and Underwriter.

Your very careful, conscientious, conservative nature gives others the confidence to trust you with handling money and material possessions. Structured organizations that have well-ordered chains of command work best for you.

Suggested Organizer workplaces are large corporations, business offices, financial lending institutions, banks, insurance companies, accounting firms, and quality control and inspection departments.


Kate said...

I didn't think mine fit me very well. But as our family investor calls my sister in law - Home Executor - this fits you to a T!

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carrster said...

I think there is a lot of crossover with these - Mine coming back as "creator" seems obvious, but I see a lot of the other ones in myself too. We're learning a lot about the 8 styles of learning in Dahlia's ECFE class. It's really quite fun & interesting to pick these things apart! And to think about how we (and our children) tick (and how we've been ticking this way a loooooong time!!)

carrster said...

And I have to say - I get so excited when I see you have a new blog posted!!