aptitude aversion assessment logoAptitude Aversion Assessment

Enhancing Your Career Test

Assess your natural aversions to career conditions and requirements after you complete your career test.

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CareerFitter integrates your aversion assessment results into your career test results to further refine of your list of optimal careers.

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girl concerned about career test and aversion to blood
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 Purpose of the Aptitude Aversion Assessment |  aptitude aversion assessment logo

CareerFitter integrates the power of both a work personality career assessment test and an aptitude aversion assessment.  However, most other career assessment tests are not designed to evaluate both your work personality, aptitudes, and psychological career aversions.

In the midst of finding your dream career one of the biggest factors overlooked is whether a job might have conditions and requirements that are either not naturally possible for you or generate in you a strong emotional or physical reaction that could inhibit your performance.

Where do aversions and aptitudes come from?

Aptitude is a natural ability to do something.

Natural Abilities
EXAMPLE: tall and athletically inclined to play basketball

Natural Limitations
EXAMPLE: too tall to fit in the cockpit of a commercial airplane and be a pilot

Aversions

Learned Response
EXAMPLE:  One of your parents was afraid of blood. Sensing this fear in your parent naturally created a "fight or flight" response in you and nature itself evolved you to seek protection when you see blood. From an early age, you were branded with the idea that blood means danger.

Experience Response
EXAMPLE:  When you were younger, you may have had an accident that caused emotional trauma and the sight of your blood is deeply embedded into your cognitive reaction associated with danger. Think about it as the person who brings the “bad news” is often disliked due to association. Thus the expression “Don’t kill the messenger”.


Aversion Examples

CareerFitter's new Aptitude Aversion Assessment helps you determine your natural aversions to specific job environments, conditions, and requirements.  These are factors are not determined in a personality test.

 

Blood

Blood

Animals

Animals

Children

Children

Manual-labor

Manual labor

Heights

Heights

Small spaces

Small spaces

Needles

Needles

three dots

and more

New Feature of the Premium Dashboard

Refine your list of best careers by assessing your aptitudes and aversions

Available to paid users  |  Purchase your Premium Version inside your free test results.
Begin by taking the free career test