Living the Good Life is about loving what you do and doing what you love. Our commitment is to help you gain a sense of confidence, validation and direction from learning your preferred career fields, personality preferences, core values, and core aptitudes. Especially in the initial stages of career exploration, you may have unclear personality preferences or undefined career interests. At Good Life Careers, we are committed to helping you clarify your personality preferences and career interests in order to generate an appropriate and appealing list of potential career fields for you to explore. Your satisfaction is our guarantee.

The Career Summary

The Good Life Career Summary is a concise 2-page summary of the results from your Career Survey. It includes descriptions of your career personality and top interests, and a list of matching careers that are likely to be a good fit for you.

Select Career Summary to see an example of your personalized report.

The Career Assessment Report

The Good Life Career Assessment Report is a concise six-page report from the Student Assessmentthat synthesizes the most relevant and meaningful findings from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Strong Interest Inventory, Good Life Aptitude Survey, and Good Life Values Checklist. Your report identifies a manageable number of specific career fields that closely match your personality preferences, career interests, work values, and aptitudes. It also includes detailed descriptions of your style of learning, working and leadership as well as your personalized career exploration strategies.

We are confident that you will find your Career Report to be concise, comprehensive, and accurate. You also have full access to your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Career Report, Strong Interest Inventory Profile, and Strong and Myers-Briggs (Combined) Career Report, all at no additional charge.

Select Career Assessment Report to see an example of your personalized report.

The O*Net Career Resource

In addition, both your Career Summary and Career Assessment Report link to the O*NET website. The O*NET program was created for the US Department of Labor and is the nation's primary source of occupational information, including salaries, career outlook, educational requirements, and related occupations.