An emotional intelligence assessment measures an ability to recognize emotions in yourself and others; understand their meaning and significance in relationships; and reason and problem-solve on the basis of them.
You can gain new insights into how you fit into a career path by comparing two or more occupations together. Seek answers to the following questions. Learn the facts, see job outlooks, and hear the stories of working professionals. Factor this information into career decisions.
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Use the insights you gained from the assessments and combine them with the occupational information you learned. Use the Decision-Making Grid to see how many of your trait elements are represented by the occupations you are interested in. This approach to career planning is imperfect, but it is a first step to deeper thinking about career management. Individuals are more complex than career and personality assessments can capture. More thorough career planning can be initiated by using the Career Center advisors.