My Blueprint (Knowledge (89% Business (Business courses help you develop a…
Business courses help you develop a deeper understanding of how a business operates. Topics may include: Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Marketing.
89% Creative Arts
Art courses help you develop artistic abilities, techniques and practices. Topics may include: Visual Arts, Music and Dramatic Arts.
Science courses help you develop your understanding of basic scientic concepts and how they relate to other parts of your life. Topics may include: Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
78% Language Arts
English courses help you develop your English language skills and gain a deeper understanding of literature. Topics may include: Reading, Writing and Communication.
72% Technical Trades
Technical & Trades courses help you learn skills to design and create products using different tools, equipment, and software. Topics may include: Agriculture, Cosmetology, Foods and Construction.
Math courses help you develop your problem solving and reasoning skills. Topics may include: Calculus, Geometry, Algebra and Finite Math.
2-3 years of undergraduate studies or, in Quebec, completion of a college program and a bachelor's degree from a recognized law school and successful completion of the bar examination and completion of a period of articling, licensing by the provincial or territorial law society, a bachelor's degree from a recognized law school and a Diploma of Notarial Law (D.D.N. )or a master's degree of law with specialization in notarial law and a 32-week vocational training program, registration with the Corporation of Notaries
84% Makeup Artist
2 years of pre-veterinary university studies or completion of a college program in health science and a four to five year university degree in veterinary medicine and completion of national certification examinations, a provincial licence to practice (entry into research positions may require post-graduate study)
75% Interior Designer
96% Fashion Designer
University degree in fine arts or visual arts with specialization in theatre design, clothing design or exhibit design or completion of a college or art school program in theatre design, clothing design or exhibit design
Artistic Occupations require self-expression, creativity and usually feature work that can be done without following a clear set of rules. These occupations usually require an environment where flexibility, variety and change are expected.
Social Occupations revolve around people. These occupations usually involve assisting, teaching, healing or serving others. The focus of Social Occupations can range from very practical to highly academic outcomes.
Investigative Occupations involve working with theories, concepts, information, and ideas. Curiosity, reasoning, logic, research, analysis, and science are typical activities in Investigative occupations.
Enterprising Occupations often involve the world of business. They regularly involve starting and driving new projects. Enterprising occupations frequently require leadership and management skills and the willingness to take risks.
Realistic occupations involve practical, hands-on activities. They focus on working with plants, animals, materials, tools, and machines. Many Realistic occupations require working outdoors and they do not usually involve a lot of paperwork or require “Doers” to work closely with others.
Conventional Occupations focus on information and the tools required to analyze, organize and understand information. They also include activities such as creating plans, processes and routines. These occupations usually provide an environment where things are well organized and roles and tasks are clearly defined.
ENFP (The Champion)
ENFPs need room to explore and to be creative without constraints
ENFPs avoid routine, constraint and repetition
ENFPs are so independent that they can be hard to lead or to manage
ENFPs are always thinking, often very deeply, and this can lead them to sometimes overthink things and can get in the way of actually accomplishing something
The ENFPs distain for routine and repetition tends to mean that many of their great ideas won’t come to fruition without the support of others who can assume the detailed work required to take it from idea to reality.
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Being an auditory learner means you learn by hearing and listening. You might prefer to listen to audio books or podcasts, hum or talk to yourself when you're studying, and enjoy learning by reading aloud. What is most important is that you hear what is being instructed.
As a visual learner, you learn by looking and seeing. You probably like to take numerous detailed notes, tend to sit in the front, often close your eyes to visualize or remember something, and benefit from drawings and presentations that use colour.
If you are a kinesthetic learner, you prefer to learn by hands-on activities. You probably need to be active, take frequent breaks, and make gestures when you talk and explain something.
Marketing, Sales, and Service
This cluster involves the action of planning, managing, promoting and selling products or services such as marketing research and advertising. Different jobs can include marketing management, professional sales, communications and research.
Commercial Real Estate Broker
Customer Service Representative
Market Research Analyst
Parking Lot Attendent
Real Estate Agent
Real Estate Appraiser