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Discover who you are

Personality is an important part of the job search process. When you find a job that matches your personality, you will find it easier to perform the tasks required. If you are in a job that requires you to act differently from whom you really are, y

Discover who you are

Many people tend to underestimate the importance of knowing yourselves when it comes to choosing your ideal job.
 
Your personality type can be a boon or a bane to your chosen career path. In order to make the best out of your career, it is important to match your occupation to your personality.
 
For example, a Networker thrives on relationships. He or she often works in the sales, public relations or marketing industry.
He or she will may feel dissatisfied working for a desk-bound job.
 
So, take the STJobs Psychometric Test! It is the ideal personal profiling tool to discover who you are.
 
It identifies 8 different categories that people fall under and helps you to assess what jobs are suitable for you.
 
People who fit better into their job, perform better.
 
Take the test now: stjobs.sg/personality

 

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