For this review, we were gifted specialized codes to try out CashCrunch Careers, a career pathway quiz that is said to give insight to your future from CashCrunch Games. This insightful quiz was interesting and insightful in the end. It’s a great way to help find a better career path.
CashCrunch Games is a fun little site that focuses on helping you learn about money in a fun way. The site features several games like CashCrunch Junior and CashCrunch 101. There are teacher resources, things for kids, an encouraging blog and so much more available to view on the website. There’s even a gazette available that shares great tips on finance. Videos are available as well.
We were given four codes to use with the CashCrunch Careers quiz. This quiz is designed to help you discover the best career path possible for your future. Now, it’s generally used for those who are still in high school and who are looking to find their future at the stage of life that people generally don’t know what’s next. As a teen, the possibilities are endless and the future is wide open. Teens are typically ready to conquer the huge world and not afraid to step out in finding themselves.
I thought this quiz would be a great experience for my two teens, my husband and I to give a try. It never hurts to see what career might work great for you and see where your future will lead you or what you can change so that you can have a better future, even as an adult. Learning new things can happen at any age, right?!
As I mentioned, we were gifted 4 codes which I began setting up over the review period. The first thing I noticed when I began to sign us up is that we each needed a separate email for each log-in and code. Generally, my kids and I use the same email so this was a bit inconvenient but since I have 3 emails of my own and my husband has his own, I made it work. Still it would have been nice to have been able to use the same log-in and just had 4 accounts within that one log-in to view.
As we each logged in, we were prompted to immediately complete the quiz. It was a long list of traits, basically. I lost count at how many but around 75 or so. You simply chose the trait that fit you best. I found that not all of the traits fit me well, or my children as we worked on completing the quiz for them, or even my husband. The great things about us as humans is that we all have different traits but still we did our best to choose what we each thought represented our selves the best.
The quiz was really easy. You simply click one word or the other and followed the prompts going through it page. Then at the end of the quiz you hit submit.
The end results come after the final submit. Here you will find out what all those choices you made show about you and what choices to make for a better future to help give you a better direction for your career choices. There is some fairly helpful information provided.
The set up is the same for all results. It begins Hello (Your Name here) and tells you that you’ve completed the quiz. Then it shares a bit about Career Work Styles, the things your responses show about you like mine said I work well with others and enjoy team efforts (I do and I don’t). Emma’s said she was friendly and helpful. Win’s said he was skilled at bringing others together. Don’s said he has an intuitive understanding of others.
Following this section comes the Motivators and De-motivators section which summarizes more about your responses. Mine said that I am easy to get along with and enjoy associating with other members of the organization. Emma’s said she was friendly and non-confrontational. Win’s said he enjoys routine. Don’s said that he doesn’t take criticism well but enjoys putting forth effort to complete a project.
The next section of the quiz shares attributes found through your answers. Each of ours were similar but the ends varied. Mine showed that I was dependable and trustworthy, while Emma’s showed she was charming and team-oriented. Both are fairly accurate.
The last section matches you to jobs by ranking which best fit to your personality. There are 20 various choices suggested. I was matched to a General and Operations Manager position. Emma was matched to a Advertising and Promotions manager. Win was matched with a Gaming Manager. Don was matched with Administrative Service Manager.
What did we learn? We found that we have a lot in common through the profiles. We also learned that we’d all do well in management positions, just differing types.
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