accountant ◆auditor ◆bank officer (all types)◆budget/financial analyst◆credit analyst◆financial advisor◆financial examiner◆investment banker◆stockbroker◆treasurer/chief financial officer◆venture capitalist(efficiency, observant of details, moral certitude and appropriate-ness, low tolerance for unconventionality).
actuary◆administrative services manager◆auditor ◆chief information officer◆compensation and benefits manager◆efficiency expert◆executive◆insurance claim examiner/underwriter◆human resources specialist◆management consultant◆managers of all types[construction, database,factory, financial institution, hospital, hotel, industrial production, office,sales, etc.]◆insurance agent/broker◆project manager◆purchasing manager/agent◆real estate agent/appraiser◆sales [tangible products] (ac-curate memory of details, bottom line and cost-oriented, well-developed administrative skills, need for order, give clear directions).
computer analyst/security specialist◆information system manager◆net-work administrator◆web editor(good memory for details, efficient, solid administrative skills, keep things orderly and on track).
athletic coach/trainer◆professor◆school principal/administrator◆university president◆vocational teacher (administrative skills, respect for “the system,” common sense, thoughtfulness, practical experience).
anesthesiologist◆clinical technician◆dentist◆medical and health service manager/technician◆pharmacist◆optometrist◆primary care physician◆radiologic technician(accuracy, keen observation of details, practical and measurable work, organizational skills).
compliance officer◆corrections officer ◆division manager◆firefighter◆investigator ◆IRS agent◆judge◆lawyer [particularly administrative, anti-trust, bankruptcy, real estate, securities, taxation, transportation]◆military officer◆pilot◆police officer ◆security consultant/guard (respect for rules and procedures, good administrative skills, observant of details, fact-oriented, boldness, ability to make tough decisions).Science Research, Engineering, Mathematics engineer[civil, chemical, environmental, health and safety, industrial, mechanical, nuclear]◆geologist◆meteorologist (good memory for details,efficient, ability to work with tangible things and projects, keep things or-derly and on track).
carpenter◆electronic repair◆general contractor◆mechanic◆plumber◆surveyor.
APA (American Psychological Assoc.)
Zichy, S., & Bidou, A. (2007). Career Match : Connecting Who You Are with What You'll Love to Do. New York: AMACOM.