Career Role Test
A traditional notion of corporate life, responsible for high degrees of job dissatisfaction and employee turnover, is the idea that there is only one way to be successful at one's career. Contrary to this perception, business school researchers and management consultants have long known that people are different and that greater success can be achieved when both employers and employees are aware of these differences and make an effort to understand them. However, while several "career indices" or "career role matrices" have been developed to this end, there has nevertheless been no career role index that has been made widely available, and for free, until now.
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I am naturally somewhat bossy and find it easy to tell people what to do.
IDR Labs Career Role Index Test is the property of IDR Labs International.
Ours is one of the few free tests that is subjected to statistical controls and validation. Even so, please keep in mind that tests are merely indicators - a first peek at the index to get you started.
Personality and Career Tests, whether they are professional or "official" tests like the MBTI test (the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® MBTI), the NEO PI-R, Five Factor Model Test or free online Career Modelling tests like this one, are merely indicators to help you find your personal outlook on the relevant indices measured. No test ever devised can designate your career role or personality type with complete accuracy or reliability and no MBTI, "Big Five," or "Career Role" test can replace familiarizing yourself with the works of the relevant theorists in the field.
As the publishers of this free online career role test that allows you to discover your preferred career role according to the Arild Career Role Index (ACRI), we have endeavored to make the test as reliable, valid, accurate, and complete as possible.
Like the "official" tests such as the MBTI test (the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® MBTI), the Jung Type Indicator, the NEO PI-R, and other such professional, accurate instruments, our free online test is subjected to statistical controls and validation in order to make the results as accurate as possible.
The authors of this free online career role test are certified in the use of multiple different personality tests and have worked professionally with typology and personality testing. Prior to using our free online career role test, please note that while the four-letter type code provided is compatible with the type codes provided by the official MBTI test and the official MBTI® training material, this test should not be confused with official trademarked tests like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® or the Jung Type Indicator. The results of our free online career role test are provided "as-is", for free, and should not be construed as providing professional or certified advice of any kind. For more on our online career role test, please consult our Terms of Service.