Discover which jobs match your personality

Pursuing a job/career that fits your interests, skills, and values can lead to long-term satisfaction and keep you engaged in your chosen path.

SRSU offers multiple assessments to help guide you in this endeavor. Results are available immediately upon completion as are numerous resources to help you in career research and exploration.

We also offer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® career assessments at no charge to SRSU students and alumni in monthly workshops or classroom seminars scheduled by faculty.

Contact Career Services for more information.

Listed below are some of the assessments used at SRSU

What can I do with this Major? This website helps students connect their academic and professional interests. Use the tool to explore majors or search for information about your chosen field. Learn typical career areas and types of employers that hire in these fields, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate.

Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) – Assessment for best career choices for your personality type with four dichotomies – Are you an Extrovert or an Introvert?  (Where you focus your attention and get your energy)  Are you Sensing or Intuitive?  (How you prefer to take in information)  Are you Thinking or Feeling?  (How do you make your decisions)  Are you  Judging or Perceiving?  (How you deal with the outer world).

Contact Career Services for assessment access for the MBTI.

Sigi3 – Use your Sul Ross e-mail login and password to log in.  Take the surveys to help you figure out your career options and possible majors.  If you are a first time user on Sigi3 then go to NEW USERS and create ID then press start.  Learn about different occupations. 

The Clifton Strengths assessment is a powerful online tool that helps individuals identify, understand, and maximize their strengths.  All people have a unique combination of talents, knowledge, and skills — strengths — that they use in their daily lives to do their work, achieve their goals, and interact with others. Gallup has found that when people understand and apply their strengths, the effect on their lives and work is transformational. People who use their strengths every day are six times more likely to be engaged in their work and three times more likely to say they have an excellent quality of life.  Come by the Career Services office to get an access code to enter and find out what your strengths are, you will click on the following link and enter your access code.

Texas Career Readiness:  The Texas Workforce Commission and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board supports career readiness through leadership and coordination for Texas higher education and to promote access, affordability, quality, success, and cost efficiency through 60x30TX, resulting in a globally competitive workforce that positions Texas as an international leader.

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