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Filling out standard job questionaires have now become a thing of the past - now just answer one simple question, "What's your favorite color?"

You can calculate a successful career path, investigate your best potential workplace, and see how you'll handle work all based on which primary, secondary, and achromatic colors you like best.

Dewey Sadka, creator of The Color Counselor, states that using colors is more accurate than standard questionaires because it better reveals your core motivations.

"What if you misinterpret a [career assessment] question or the choices don't reflect your personality?" Sadka questions. "Color preference indicates your personality's best career fit."

If you prefer yellow, purple, and white: You're the communicator.

You're known for creating 'profitable perspectives.' You benefit everyone around you by listening and weighing others' points of view. Your communications skills are the bomb - look for careers in corporate communications, marketing, or the religious field.

If you prefer red, green, and black: You're the investor.

You're oriented around the value of money and resources, but you also see the value behind your co-worker's contributions. You're great at analyzing information - yet you're supportive of others. You'd be great in finance, accounting, banking, money management, and teaching.

If you prefer blue, orange, and brown: You're the activist.

You have super-strong community beliefs and strive to improve everything. You'd be great in any occupation that makes a social or economical impact. Consider engineering, law enforcement, firefighting, or social/government work.


What do YOU think about basing your career on a color? How are YOUR results??

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