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Multiple Intelligences Career Chart

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.


YOUR GOAL:
To match your Primary Intelligence to a job that uses more of that intelligence than other intelligences.

This video Shows How the Theory of Multiple Intelligences Works
- how these intelligences can point us to the type of work that best suits us -



Instructions on How to Use This Career Chart

  • 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.

FOR EXAMPLE:
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.

Which Intelligences are Dominant in Each Job?

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.


CAREER CHART
Careers Based in These Intelligences

Verbal-Linguistic Logical-Mathematical Visual/Spatial Bodily/Kinesthetic
attorney
comedian
communications specialist
curator
editor in publishing
historian
journalist
lawyer
librarian
marketing consultant
newscaster
poet
politician
songwriter
speech-pathologist
talk-show host
teacher
language translator
writer

accountant
auditor
computer analyst
computer technician
computer programmer
database designer
detective
economist
engineer
lawyer
mathematician
network analyst
pharmacist
physician
physicist
researcher
scientist
statistician
bookkeeper

3D modeling & simulation
architect
artist
computer programmer
engineer
film animator
graphic artist
interior decorator
photographer
mechanic
navigator
outdoor guide
pilot
sculptor
strategic planner
surveyor
truck driver
urban planner
webmaster

actor
athlete
carpenter
computer games designer
craftsperson
dancer
doctor of sports
firefighter
forest ranger
jeweler
mechanic
personal trainer
Phys Ed teacher
physical therapist
recreation specialist
surgeon
yoga instructor
Musical Naturalist Interpersonal Intrapersonal
audiologist
choir director
disc jockey
music conductor
music camp counselor
music comedy actor
music critic
music lawyer
music librarian
music publisher
music promotor
music retailer
music teacher
music therapist
musician
orchestra director
piano tuner
recording engineer
singer
songwriter
sound editor
speech pathologist
voice actor
voice instructor
air quality specialist
animal health technician
anthropologist
astronomer
botanist
biologist
dog trainer
environmental lawyer
farmer
forest ranger
gardener
geologist
landscaper
meteorologist
nature photographer
park naturalist
veterinarian assistant
water conservationist
wetlands ecologist
wilderness doctor
wilderness guide
wildlife illustrator
actor
administrator
communications manager
conflict resolution specialist
cruise director
customer service rep
dental hygienist
group mediator
human resources manager
marketing specialist
nurse
PeaceCorps
politician
psychologist
religious leader
salesperson
social director
social worker
teacher
trainer facilitator
travel counselor
waiter/waitress
actor
artist
career counselor
consultant
criminologist
energy healer
futurist or trend predictor
intelligence officer
personal counselor
philosopher
program planner
entrepreneur
psychic
psychologist
researcher
small business 
owner
spiritual counselor
theologian
therapist
writer
wellness counselor
 



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



These Links Point the Way Through Steps 1, 2, 3 and 4

Links to Step 2 - Career Exploration

Links to Step 3 - Getting into the Nitty Gritty

Links to Step 4 - Taking Care of Your Career


Are you wondering: "What Career is Best for Me?"




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