Here's your Career Cluster Profile


As your Guardian profile is in the lower range, you may not prioritise working in health and wellbeing above other areas, and this could be a sign that you prefer roles where you don’t need to support people in maintaining their health and wellbeing.


Your Linker profile suggests that you are good at helping people find solutions to problems, and that you enjoy connecting people with the services, products, and support they are seeking.

You could thrive in roles where you get to work directly with people outside of your organisation.


You are not a strong Coordinator, which means that you may prefer it when you aren’t required to organise schedules or manage big projects. You may prefer to be the person who is doing the work, and let someone else manage all the coordination.


As your Informer profile is in the strong range, you may enjoy learning a lot about one or two particular areas and be good at applying your skills and knowledge to solve problems.

You may prefer to share your knowledge by conducting research, advising others, or through teaching about your key areas.


People with an average Maker profile are able to work with technology and equipment to complete tasks, but may prefer to combine this kind of work with other tasks like serving customers or engineering solutions.


You’re an average Innovator, which means that you can design solutions and use technology, but prefer to do this as part of a wider project while also using tasks and skills from other Clusters.

Learn more about your clusters


Assess - Groom - Treat - Support

They use their skills to support other people to maintain and care for their health and wellbeing. Guardians are skilled at supporting people and they have a deep understanding of physical and mental health.

Many Guardians work in healthcare, the fitness and beauty industries, and others help keep our workplaces and public spaces safe.


Connect - Promote - Sell - Serve

They support others to find the things we need and manage our purchases, services, recreation, and travel. Linkers are skilled at helping others, managing relationships, and working with other industry professionals, and they need strong communication skills and a healthy dose of patience and resilience.

Linkers often work in hospitality, retail, marketing, and customer service.


Administer - Manage - Strategise

They support all industries to manage, monitor, move, and maintain their systems, so things run smoothly. They are skilled at maintaining schedules, strategic planning, and are also often responsible for organising others in their team.

Coordinators are found in every industry, and work at all levels of an organisation, from admin to senior management.


Advise - Analyse - Educate - Guide

Informers use their industry specific expertise to support others to learn, develop, create, protect, account, research, and analyse. Informers are skilled at helping others and have a deep knowledge of their chosen area, as well as extensive experience.

Informers use their skills in every industry, but particularly in education, financial and business services, legal services, politics, and the arts.


Construct - Create - Maintain - Operate

They work with their hands, and use their skills to fix, mend, create, inspect, maintain, grow, and move. Makers are skilled at using tools and equipment, and have a responsibility for maintaining the safety of their work site for themselves and others.

They work in a variety of locations, depending on their industry, which may include industrial and commercial sites, on farms, and as tradespeople.


Design - Develop - Engineer

They design, innovate, and create the things, tools, places and systems we use to live our lives, and work with cutting edge technology to protect, develop, solve, and maintain technological systems.

Innovators design everything from buildings to aircraft, vaccines, and software, and their creations are used in every industry, and they work closely with Makers.