This helps the students and graduates avoid chasing careers that don't fit their personality and points them towards jobs that will make them happy and successful.
La Jolla, CA (PRWEB) October 7, 2007
The "Who Are You Anyway" or WAYA™ test was recently launched at WhoAreYouAnyway.com. The WAYA test, which currently is only $7.00, is the only career assessment tool that compares the results of college seniors to show the career best suited for the test-taker. The test allows the user to discover their unique job skills, find the right career, and uncover how to find their first job fast.
"The WAYA test is different because it shows users how their skills and attitudes match up to other college seniors across the country. To our knowledge, there isn't another job skills test that ranks students against other college seniors," states Gary Sutton, successful entrepreneur and developer of the WAYA career assessment test. He adds, "This helps the students and graduates avoid chasing careers that don't fit their personality and points them towards jobs that will make them happy and successful."
In addition, there's a money-back guarantee and special offer for all test takers. If you're unhappy with the WAYA test results, you'll receive a full refund plus $1.00. Also, after completing the WAYA job skills test, you will be prompted to download a copy of Launch! Get That First Paycheck in 90 Days, a $39.00 value, at no additional cost. The book, also written by Sutton, explains the secret to finding jobs before they're advertised, why Monster.com and Craigslist waste time, and shows how a weekend project can help to make readers an outstanding job candidate.
About the WAYA™ Job Skills Test
The WAYA job skills test is designed for college seniors, and it measures 20 different job traits and attitudes using 133 questions. The resulting profile shows a student where they differ significantly from other seniors. Many other job skills tests force every trait into black and white extremes and label users as "dominate," "articulate," or "shy," etc., on a number of traits. However most people fall into the average bell-shaped curve for most traits, which makes the results less important. The WAYA test is different because it uncovers extreme traits where a student differs from 95% of other college seniors, which has direct relevance to career choices. The results are anonymously added to the data pool, and the norms are adjusted each month.