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Your child values structure and rules. They are creative thinkers and problem solvers, but wants to be given constraints by which they need to follow. Be patient with their need to look to others, including you, for guidance.
It is great that you took the time to take this quiz.
Now, get your child involved in understanding their own personality.
Maybe even retake it with them to see if you get the same result. Have a conversation about how different personalities tend to be attracted to different types of jobs.
Exposure - Help them find jobs and role models that they can relate to.
I wrote the book “Dream It and Do It - 100 Career Role Models for Kids” in order to help kids do this. Each story is a modern, real-world role model who breathes life into the career they are teaching.
In this book I outline which personality types each career path is well suited for. Each career has both a primary and a secondary personality type, so your child is guaranteed to find dozens of role models they can look up to that are just like them. For example, an organizer personality should learn about logistics, human resources, project managers, event planners, and manufacturing- just to name a few. Learn more about "Dream It and Do It - Career Role Models" here.
Help your child find activities that build on their personalty type. For your little organizer I recommend activities that involve a blend of creativity and structure. For example: team sports, game clubs, baking, creativity kits (like car models), legos or building.