In the world where family, society, common beliefs and stereotypes all push us toward certain career paths, sometimes we have to rely on technology to tell us what path is a true fit for us. Give it a try, you may be surprised by what you learn.
A Canadian-based startup Sokanu, founded by Spencer Thompson is a machine-learning-based career test platform. It has a database of over 800 careers.
The test, which consists of 310 questions, is designed to measure a huge number of factors: your personality traits, must-haves on the job, can’t-stands on the job, a breakdown of hard skills.
310 questions may seem like a lot, but the user-friendly dashboard and design make it a breeze to get through.
Upon completing the test, you will receive a comprehensive report and a large list of recommended careers.
More than 2 million people have taken the test, 60% of which are new to the job market and 40% are considering a career change.