Not really, sorry. There are several tests available that will give you feedback about various aspects of who you are and your orientation to things like skills, interests, values, etc. Some of those will correlate your results and make recommendations for careers they might align to. You have to understand that a test will never be a silver bullet to give you an answer to your life’s work. We’re far too complicated for something that simple. A test, however, is good for adding to a “composite” or puzzle piece to your exploration of who you are and how that ultimately will translate into a career. That said, if you haven’t taken any, I suggest you do so. They are insightful and will give you some food for thought about a possible career direction. I look at a test as only one puzzle piece in determining a career. You have to be willing to examine yourself in various aspects and test what you learn against possible careers. It takes some effort but a great career is really worth the effort.
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