Dream Job Poll on EQSQ.com Reveals Childhood Jobs of Choice

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EQSQ.com's online "The Pollitzer" poll asks visitors to reveal their top childhood career goals. Men and women who want to find the right career or educational program go to EQSQ.com, a personality quiz resource that features polls and articles about social, gender and career issues.

EQSQ.com's online "The Pollitzer" poll asked visitors about their dream jobs growing up, revealing that 46 percent wanted to be an astronaut (http://eqsq.com). EQSQ.com is an online personality test resource for career choices that features personality quizzes, fun polls, and articles about social, gender and career issues.

Almost half of visitors polled dreamed of being astronauts while growing up (46 percent), and over a quarter dreamed of being ballerinas (25.9 percent). Game show host was the third most popular dream job, chosen by 15.1 percent, and fireman ranked fourth, chosen by 12.9 percent.

EQSQ.com offers visitors resources to explore empathizing and systemizing personality types, giving them insight into how their brains function. Men and women who know their brain type can make better-informed educational and career choices. Job seekers visiting EQSQ.com can:

  • Take the EQ and SQ personality quizzes (http://www.eqsq.com/eqsqtest.php).
  • Search a list of education overviews and career profiles.
  • Find information about a wide variety of featured education programs.
  • Browse articles and postings on personality types and issues in the workplace.

Many experts agree that understanding how their minds work can enable people to choose the right course of study and find their dream careers. As psychological research team Bradberry and Greaves concludes, "Only when somebody is aware of their strengths and weaknesses can they maximize their potential."

According to Dr. Howard Gardner, professor of education at Harvard University, the traditional notion of intelligence, grounded in IQ testing, is extremely limited. In 1983, Dr. Gardner developed the theory of multiple intelligences to account for people's broad range of learning and career potential.

EQSQ.com centers on the Empathizing-Systemizing theory of the male versus the female brain types. The tests were developed by professors Simon Baron-Cohen and Sally Wheelwright at the University of Cambridge, England. Systemizers and empathizers can find information and resources for education, educational programs and career-choice.   


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