ReachOut are running a new wave of recruitment for research about our users and want to hear from you! Tell me more.
What sort of worker are you?
For many people, work is a big part of life. It’s pretty likely that you’re going to spend a bunch of time doing it for the next 40 or so years. Yup.
So having a think about your values and interests can go a long way in ending up somewhere you want to be - and enjoying the journey too.
Take our 8 question quiz to find out what kind of workplace might suit you!
The Work/Life Balancer
It sounds like you’ve got a bunch of interests, and work is one of those, but you don’t want it to rule your life. This is a strength because you don’t let any one thing consume you. This means you won’t burn out easily and will always have an activity or interest to help you chill out when you’re stressed.
When you’re thinking about jobs make sure you take work/life balance into consideration.
It sounds like winning gives you a real buzz and because of this you love to feel challenged. This is a strength because feeling challenged can help you grow skills like critical thinking and problem solving - super important stuff in pretty much any job or course.
When you’re thinking about jobs make sure you take the specifics of the role into consideration.
It sounds like you’re really into getting things done in the most efficient way possible - thank u next to time-wasters! This is a strength because you’re reliable, and plenty of employers are on the look out for organisational stars. They save everybody time and keep people track, win-win!
When you’re thinking about jobs make sure you take the type of tasks you’d be doing into consideration.
It sounds like you’re the ideas guy - the one in your friendship group to hear about things first and come up with the best plans. This is a strength because without somebody to think outside-the-box we wouldn’t have things like electricity or cars or Tinder...
When you’re thinking about jobs make sure you take the purpose of the organisation into consideration.
It sounds like you’re a people person who really believes teamwork makes the dream work. This is a strength because you encourage everybody to get involved and support others to have a voice.
When you’re thinking about jobs make sure you take the size of your team into consideration.
When you're thinking about applying for jobs, what's the most important thing to you?
You’re still at home and a group hang starts in 10 minutes. Your place is 30 minutes away. What do you do?
This time you’re running early and have an hour to kill before meeting up with some mates! What do you do?
Which person are you in your friendship group?
You wake up smiling from a great dream because it was about…
What would you say is your biggest strength?
How do you approach dinner time?
What's your dream job?
Check out the FYA job cluster quiz to get down to business (or design, engineering, hospitality… )