Which Job Fits Your Personality?



I hope you all are doing very well in your lives. Today we will be discussing an important topic Can we guess what will be your next job? By the way if you love to do your job then please do it.

Don’t go for business it is only for the very tough-minded. If you are successful then you would not regret it but if you fail you would have nothing in your life, for example, your relationships, money, inner peace and many such things. Now with that being said let us take a closer look at the American corporate culture. If you look at the American corporate culture then you would realize that is very good.

It is one of the best in my opinion. It is the reason why you see the American corporate culture is booming. If you want to have a good corporate culture in your country then you need to follow the American corporate culture. Now we will discuss the important aspects of our job culture.I say this not as a casual observer, but from my own experience as the founder and former of Mustang Engineering, and from 2005 through 2014. During my tenure as, Mustang opened several international offices.

It is one of the best things on the planet. If you want to succeed in life then you will have to have patience. Patience is one of the very few virtues found in rare people. Now we want to have the best things in our life. If you are really in search that which job is the best for you then you might need to look at the present skillset you have and also your personality type. If you are able to figure out a job for yourself according to those criteria then you might become the top business owner. If you are clear in your mind about the job you need then you need to start searching for it and applying for different roles.

“Unfortunately, the real minimum wage is always zero, regardless of the laws, and that is the wage that many workers receive in the wake of the creation or escalation of a government-mandated minimum wage, because they lose their jobs or fail to find jobs when they enter the labor force. Making it illegal to pay less than a given amount does not make a worker’s productivity worth that amount—and, if it is not, that worker is unlikely to be employed.”
― Thomas Sowell, Basic Economics: A Citizen’s Guide to the Economy

“So the hours are pretty good then?’ he resumed.
The Vogon stared down at him as sluggish thoughts moiled around in the murky depths.
Yeah,’ he said, ‘but now you come to mention it, most of the actual minutes are pretty lousy.”
― Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

“Have you noticed how difficult it is just to get along in the world? If you’re no good at all in your job, people treat you badly and eventually you will be unemployed. And if you’re a little better than competent, everyone expects miracles from you, every single time. Like most of life, it’s a no-win situation. And if you dare to mention it, no matter how creatively you phrase your complaints, you are shunned as a whiner.”
― Jeff Lindsay, Dexter Is Delicious

“There are cities that get by on their good looks, offer climate and scenery, views of mountains or oceans, rockbound or with palm trees; and there are cities like Detroit that have to work for a living, whose reason for being might be geographical but whose growth is based on industry, jobs. Detroit has its natural attractions: lakes all over the place, an abundance of trees and four distinct seasons for those who like variety in their weather, everything but hurricanes and earth-quakes. But it’s never been the kind of city people visit and fall in love with because of its charm or think, gee, wouldn’t this be a nice place to live.”
― Elmore Leonard

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    What was your favorite subject in school?

    • Language Arts (English)
    • Mathematics
    • Science
    • Foreign language
    • Elective
    • History
  • Question of

    Are you a leader or a follower?

    • Leader
    • Follower
    • Both
    • Neither
  • Question of

    What subject did you do the worst in?

    • History
    • Mathematics
    • Language Arts (English)
    • Elective
    • Science
    • Foreign Languages
  • Question of

    What is your favorite thing to do in your free time?

    • Cooking
    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Practicing / learning foreign languages
    • Volunteer around the community
  • Question of

    Which word would describe you the most?

    • Fair
    • Adventurous
    • Nuturing
    • Creative
    • Encouraging
    • Friendly
  • Question of

    What subject did you do the best in?

    • Science
    • Mathematics
    • History
    • Language Arts (English)
    • Elective
    • Foreign Languages
  • Question of

    You see someone being bullied, what would you do?

    • Get help from an authority figure
    • Intervene and stop the bully
    • Watch from a distance
    • Help the victim get away from the bully
  • Question of

    Are you an extrovert, introvert, ambivert?

    • Ambivert
    • Extrovert
    • Introvert
  • Question of

    What is your dream?

    • To travel and see as many places or countries around the world.
    • To fight injustice.
    • To help others.
    • To guide others in the processes of learning.
    • To own a restraunt or bakery
  • Question of

    Which of these quotes do you agree with most?

    • The art of medicine consists of amusing the patient while nature cures the disease – Voltaire
    • The precepts of the law may be comprehended under these three points: to live honestly, to hurt no man willfully, and to render every man his due carefully. – Aristotle
    • The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. – William Arthur Ward
    • When you acknowledge, as you must, that there is no such thing as perfect food, only the idea of it, then the real purpose of striving toward perfection becomes clear: to make people happy, that is what cooking is all about. – Thomas Keller
    • Language is a process of free creation; its laws and principles are fixed, but the manner in which the principles of generation are used is free and infinitely varied. – Noam Chomsky
  • Question of

    Do you frequently update your resume?

    • It’s been a while.
    • I don’t have one.
    • I’m always updating it.
    • I frequently update my portfolio.
  • Question of

    Are you the athletic type?

    • I work out a few times a week.
    • I’m going to say no.
    • I’m in good shape.
    • I am on at least one sports team.
  • Question of

    Do you prefer working alone or in teams?

    • I’m comfortable with both.
    • I like working with others.
    • I actually prefer working alone.
    • I appreciate a good mix of the two.
  • Question of

    Where would we find you at the office party?

    • I would be on the dance floor.
    • I would be at my desk.
    • I could be found at the buffet.
    • I’m sure I’ll be networking.
  • Question of

    Do you wear your heart on your sleeve?

    • I am really sensitive.
    • I’m good at covering my emotions.
    • You’ll never guess what I’m thinking.
    • I can’t hide my emotions about certain things.

Which Decade Are You Meant For?

How Attractive is your Personality to Others?