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Dream Careers

Do you remember what dream career you wanted when you were young? Most people's ambitions change as they grow older, but that shouldn't stop us from chasing our dream career. Below, you'll find steps to identify your dream career, a list of dream careers and a link to a psychometric test which will identify your dream career for you for free.

First - in order to figure out what your dream career is, you should think of what you most enjoy doing throughout your day. Think in terms of transferable skills - e.g. if you really enjoy chatting to your friends, is it the aspect of talking you enjoy the most? Maybe it's the aspect of listening and hearing your friends problems you enjoy the most? Or different still, maybe what you really like is helping them solve their problems? Maybe it's just the gossip that you like, but whichever it is try and identify the 'transferable skill' so that you can hone in on dream careers that would be perfectly suited for you.

Second - think of a second thing that you do at some point throughout your regular week that you really enjoy. Repeat the process from step one so that you end up with two transferable skills that you know you enjoy using.

Third - have a think about which skills you already know or partially know which make use of one or, ideally, both of your favourite transferable skills. If you find this difficult, spend some time over the next week looking at the various jobs that others do - you can see this directly in movies - e.g. something the actors are doing - or even indirectly in movies - e.g. a beautiful opening scene for a movie occurs - someone had to find that scene and match it to the storybook, someone also had to find all the objects used in the movies, maybe one of these jobs is your dream career?

Finally - bring all this information together over the coming week to identify your two favourite transferable skills and something you already know a little bit about or would like to know more about which uses your transferable skills to identify your dream career.

If that doesn't work, we have a free 'Career Profile' report - simply complete a 5 minute psychometric test and the career profile report will give you some ideas for your dream career.

Free Dream Career Report

Dream Careers for Adults

  1. Writer
  2. Teacher
  3. Photographer
  4. Movie Director
  5. Restaurant Owner
  6. Musician
  7. Landscape Gardener

Dream Careers for Children

  1. Football (Sports) Player
  2. Veterinary
  3. Teacher
  4. Actor/Actress/Movie Star
  5. Pop or Music Star
  6. Writer
  7. Pilot
  8. Astronaut

Dream Careers For Boys

  1. Football (or Sports) Player
  2. Policeman
  3. Video Game Creator/Tester
  4. Music Star
  5. Teacher

Dream Careers For Girls

  1. Journalist
  2. Music Star
  3. Teaching
  4. Nursing
  5. Hairdressing
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