There are many tools to help with defining your career aspirations in particular personality tests. The sites are free and the personality sites listed consist of shortened versions of the more complex tests on offer. They are provided purely as another means to help explore potential roles and should be used with caution and in combination with self reflective activities, further reading and action in the 'real world'.
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I'm thinking more and more about the concept of a job for life and how many career changes we'll have over our professional lives. These results are from the UK, but I suspect they are true for Australia also. The results .... a job for life is a thing of the past.
While these comments from women have alot to do with how they defined success, there are characteristics that these women have that we can all learn from: