The neurobiology researcher Adam Perkins has found that a significant proportion of the people who end up on welfare are characterized by a certain disposition, which he calls ‘the welfare trait’ or ‘the employment-resistant personality.’
Do you have the welfare trait? Or are you in fact highly employable? For each of the following items, indicate your level of agreement below.
Question 1 of 16
I only do the minimum amount of work needed to get by.
The IDR-WTT© is the property of IDR Labs International. The original research was provided by Adam Perkins (affiliated with the Institute of Psychiatry at King's College London), as found in his book, The Welfare Trait.
The Welfare Trait test is an index and instrument for measuring employability and resistance to employment in two dimensions. The Welfare Trait test does not address all possible reasons for employment or unemployment and does not purport to accommodate respondents who fall significantly outside the spectrum of normality.
Although all are designed to measure the welfare trait and employability in two dimensions, the IDR-WTT© should not be confused with instruments authored by Adam Perkins or alternative research organizations. However, all are professionally-designed personality tests (or inventories) meant for welfare trait and employability in the Western world. The IDR-WTT© is the property of IDR Labs International. The original research was provided by Adam Perkins, who is affiliated with King’s College, London. The authors of this online personality welfare trait test are certified in the use of numerous personality tests and have worked professionally with politics and personality testing. The results of our free online Welfare Trait test are provided "as-is", and should not be construed as providing professional or certified advice of any kind. For more on our online personality test, please consult our Terms of Service.