Career Development

Archetype Test

Are you more of a Jester? What about a Wizard, or even a Revolutionary? This test will tell you which of the 12 employee archetypes you fall into. Gain a better understanding of your strengths and weaknesses, and how they impact both your work and everyday life. We'll even suggest a few careers.

Performance Self Test

You want a promotion, a raise and to start climbing your career ladder sooner than later. Welcome to the club. While almost everyone is looking to advance professionally, far too few workers actually take the time to look in the mirror and perform an honest self-assessment. Use the Performance Self-Test to rate yourself on the most important characteristics of your job, and we’ll help you accentuate your strengths and improve on your weaknesses.

Career Development Advice

  • The 9 Unhappiest Jobs of 2014

    The work website Careerbliss has come out with a survey detailing which careers feature workers who are the unhappiest. After analyzing more than 25,000 independent company reviews, these 10 jobs are the ones which feature the largest … Read more...

  • How to Get Out of a Dead End Job

    I know my life needs change, but I keep hoping it will just happen. I keep dreaming that I get a ridiculous job offer and move to Hawaii and live happily ever after...but Monday comes and I'm still on my imaginary island in a dead-end job. … Read more...

  • 7 Ways to Hold Virtual Meetings That Aren't Terrible

    You have to hold a meeting, but everyone who should participate is somewhere else. What should you do? Hold the meeting virtually. Read more...

  • Why Passive Job Hunters Have Better Results

    Passive candidates are people who aren’t actively looking for a job but would consider themselves to be “on the market.” They’re a huge commodity among corporations and headhunters because they’re stable and probably making an impact at … Read more...

  • 9 Surprisingly Low-Paying Jobs

    We're focusing on jobs many people think are super lucrative lucrative, but are actually well below those expectations. The jobs can still pay well, it's just they don't pay nearly as much as people think. Read more...