In approximately 20-30 minutes the user answers via the computer and the web, with a yes and no, in simple constructed questions. Conclusions are being issued instantly, concluding with precision the association percentage of each personality with the career prospects and jobs that suit them in a downgraded scale, with indications of their perspectives in the job market and alternatives in different occupations.
The report contains the identification grade of the user’s personality based on the “six types of personalities” by Holland and the scale of self image and determination provided by the user at this given time. The on board security software of the test does not allow false conclusions.
C.G.T.K. 17 has being composed by a distinguished university team of Piraeus University and London School of Economics, experts at vocational guidance and the job market with many studies, books and scientific publications at relevant fields. Researches are concentrated and combine psychometry, the job market and the educational system. They are based on the modern and original classification k.17 combining official international theories, especially the one by John Holland. The test is issued by the central scientific team of C.G.T., by qualified advisors and collaborators, from Greece and abroad.