The age-old question which everyone has heard at least once in their life. The socially acceptable answers used to be limited to ‘Doctor’ or ‘Engineer’ or other similar traditional careers since they were the only ones considered successful. But progress has improved society’s expectations on our youth and now accommodates more diverse professions. The real challenge is to figure out what you want and which one to choose.
If this is you worry not! Career Assessments will come to the rescue!
Your Career Personality
(Who you are)
Your Career Aptitude
(What you are good at)
Your Career Interest
(What you love to do)
Bright Ray’s Career Assessment tests provide tailored vocational suggestions consolidated from your responses to questionnaires regarding aptitude, personality, and interest. We use assessments developed by institutions that are industry veterans with decades of experience in this field. These assessments are highly reliable, extensively researched, and standardized. Moreover, Bright Ray has qualified psychologists that are trained in administering, interpreting, and reporting these assessments.We are committed to:
who are confused about their future and which field to pursue, a career assessment is a great tool in giving you direction + a goal to work towards. Once you know which path to pursue, you can start focusing on improving your knowledge, skills and abilities related to that field to better your chances of success.
these assessments can give you some relief and assurance as they will help your child/ren focus on what they can pursue going forward. It will also give you the opportunity to guide your child where possible to help them achieve their goal for a successful career.
who are thinking about changing career paths, taking a career assessment is useful to understand your overall career personality, aptitude, and interest as it can give you a fresh perspective on which alternative career path is suitable for you.
who are re-entering the work force, these assessments are a great method to understand your current level of competencies and skills along with your unique career personality and interests (especially if these have changed from before). These assessments are further useful to examine whether your previous career path is truly what should pursue going forward or whether there are other avenues you can explore that are better suited for you.