The career chart below gives a Short List of some common careers or occupations associated with the 8 Multiple Intelligences we have been talking about.
You will notice some of these careers are listed under more than one intelligence. That’s because almost every career uses a blend of several intelligences.
To match your Primary Intelligence to a job that uses more of that intelligence than other intelligences.
- how these intelligences can point us to the type of work that best suits us -
- Read through the lists under each intelligence
- Check the ones that you believe you could enjoy doing
- Total the number checked in each column
- The columns with the highest totals are Primary Intelligences you use.
Notice the kinds of careers that fall under each of the intelligences you are high in.
George has a strong Interpersonal Intelligence. He will bring that to any line of work that he’s interested in. Some types of work, however, will use this intelligence more than others. Those are the careers George needs to focus on.
The list below is intended as a guide, to give you an idea of the kinds of jobs or careers, you can expect to find under
each kind of intelligence. Once you get the idea, you can easily recognize which jobs are dominant in which intelligence.
It’s really a matter of using one’s Common Sense, when looking at work types.
By now, you should have an idea of which intelligences you tend to use in your everyday life. Trust your own inner guidance, and use this Career Chart as a General Guide.
Careers Based in These Intelligences
editor in publishing
3D modeling & simulation
computer games designer
doctor of sports
Phys Ed teacher
music camp counselor
music comedy actor
air quality specialist
animal health technician
conflict resolution specialist
customer service rep
human resources manager
futurist or trend predictor
Does That Job Fit Your Intelligences . . .
Now that you have had a chance to look at the kinds of work, that people who favor these intelligences tend to be attracted to, you might like to learn how to do your own Quick Job Analysis on those jobs that appeal to you.
Click here to go to – The Quick Job Analysis Guide
Links to Step 1 - The 5 Career Tests on This Site
- Step 1 - Getting Started - Discovering Who You Are
- 1. Your Work Style Preferences
- Your Work Style Preferences Overview
- 4. Your Central Motivations
- Your Central Motivators - An Overview
- 5. Your Multiple Intelligences
- Multiple Intelligences - An Overview
- Multiple Intelligences Descriptions
- 60 Ways to Boost Your Intelligences
- How to Develop Your Intelligences
- The Quick Job Analysis Guide
- Career Chart
- Getting Started - Opening the Door to Exploring New Careers
- Step 2 - An Overview
- 9 Frequently Asked Questions on Job Searching
- Get the Answers Here
- How to Do Job Research - Your Search Tool Links
- Familiarize Yourself With the Major Occupational Groups
- How to Do Job Searching
- Step 3 - An Overview
- Paper Research
- Help For Doing Paper Researching
- Online Research
- Help For Doing Research Online
- People Research Links
- Help For Doing People Researching
- How to Prepare for the Information Interview
- 20 Interview Questions for Informational Interviews
- Sample Phone Scripts for Information Interviews
- Writing the Interview Thank You Letter
- Participation Research Links
- Help For Doing Participation Researching
- Open Houses in the Workplace and at Schools
- Job Shadowing
- 21 Sample Job Shadows in the Workplace
- Temping & Volunteering as Participation Research
- 50 Basic Questions Checklist For Job Researching
- Ways to Make Yourself More Valuable to Employers
- Managing Your Career - Taking Action with Career Planning
- Taking Care of Your Career - Building Your Toolkit
- Arriving in Your New Career - 8 Workable Career Management Options
- Preventing Burnout: The Burnout Checklist
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