Competition is increasing. And so are the different types of jobs. Every opportunity is now available to everyone – through the internet. Then also many people are not able to get the ‘right’ job .
What is the ‘Right Job’ for you? It’s the job where YOU WILL SUCCEED.
To answer this question, you can reach out to industry mentors, consultants and self- help guides. If you want to check out for yourself, how you fare in the Job Market, take this assessment at https://pexitest.com/ .
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Lets look for at the definitions used in the Job Market by HR Managers – Employability is a set of skills, capability and attributes which empowers a person to have a higher chance of gaining employment and be successful in their chosen occupations. You can correctly identify your STRENGTHS and WEAKNESS by taking the CareerGraph Assessment.
- There are 6 key segments which derive the scores in the CareerGraph Report
- Interest: Motivational and functional interests of preference
- Behavior: The behavioral scores for 12 traits and their benchmarks
- Aptitude: The reasoning abilities we are best suited for solving data problems
- Temperament: Our attitude and nature which determine our behavior and approach
- Job Fitment: The types of jobs which fit our profile
- Academics: Our learning streams to identify our functional skills
- Every section contains a quantitative score or a qualitative type to denote our profile
Quantitative or numerical scores are provided out of a maximum score of 100.
The benchmark is the average scores of your peers out of a maximum of 100.
So, if you have scored 76 out of 100 and the benchmark is 65, and you are a 22 year old B.Tech, then the average score of all other 22 year old B.Techs’ is 65 for your country.
Hence, every attribute or trait carrying a benchmark also denotes a quantitative score.
Qualitative scores are based on psychometric principles and is behavior based.
Your preferences from your responses help us profile the behavior as a qualitative type.
Qualitative types do not contain any benchmarks.
- Temperament: The 4 types and their positive and negative aspects
|TEMPERAMENTS||POSITIVE TRAITS||NEGATIVE TRAITS|
|YELLOW-EARTHY||Persuasive Enthusiastic Dynamic Demonstrative||Hasty Blunt Overexcited Extravagant|
|BLUE-COOL||Precise Cautious Demanding Formal Approach||Indecisive Cold Reserved Jealous|
|GREEN-PRACTICAL||Caring & Sharing Encouraging Patient Emotional||Indifferent Stubborn Docile Slow & unintelligent|
|ORANGE-WARM||Competitive Demanding Determined Purposeful||Aggression Control Intolerant High-handed|
- 5 Aptitude attributes & their meaning
- Workplace Communication: our proficiency in everyday business communication.
- Verbal Communication: our proficiency in everyday communication.
- Situational Judgment: Our ability to take decisions primarily based on logic.
- Numerical Ability: Our command over numbers and numerical information and data.
- Comprehension and proficiency: Measure our command over the English language.
- Logical Thinking: Our ability to deal with data and ambiguity to reason cause and effect.
- 12 Behavior attributes & their meaning
- Openness to learning: Our willingness to learn to improve our actions.
- Team Management: Our willingness and comfort in working within teams.
- Resourcefulness: Our ability to find solutions and engage.
- Decision making: Our maturity in making decisions at the workplace.
- Creativity & Innovation: Our ability to be creative or find innovative solutions to problems.
- Handling Conflict: Or ability to manage and contain contradictions within teams.
- Negotiation: Our ability to negotiate and nurture relationships or clients.
- Openness: Our general level of openness to different ideas and cultures.
- Vision Approach: Our level of approach towards long-term perspectives.
- Morality: Our maturity for being moral and ethically upright.
- Aggression Quotient: Our willingness to engage for higher conversions and sales.
- Emotional Stability: Our ability to manage and control our emotions.
- Industry preferences
Our willingness in working for select industries is driven by our preference for certain work cultures.
Preferred Industries denotes the selection you have made for yourself as a simple choice.
Recommended Industries includes our recommendation based on our algorithm engine considering all the above factors and considered best for your profile.
NOTE: It is suggested to observe the ones which are common between both the lists and focus on those industries as a first choice of industry preference.
- Job roles/streams best suited for your profile
Based on the CareerGraph version, you will be highlighted job roles or streams best suited for you as a final key takeaway for improving your chances of employability.
If you are looking at looking for jobs in the areas where you will succeed, we strongly recommend you to do your SWOT analysis today !
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