Great work - here's what's going to happen next

Now that you’ve identified your Cluster and interests, you’re going to learn a bit more about what they mean, and get some ideas to start you thinking about your career. 


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From what you told us, this is what we found:

You're a strong Maker

Construct | Create | Maintain | Operate | Repair

The Makers are busy people who keep everything up and running. There are few desk jobs in this Cluster; most Makers can be found using specialised equipment, moving between worksites, and using their technical skills alongside their specialised knowledge.

You're a strong Linker

Connect | Promote | Sell | Serve

Without the Linkers, we wouldn’t be able to find the products and services we need. Linkers are the interface between their organisation and the public, which means they support customers, liaise with clients, and promote the organisation’s benefits to a wider audience.

You're a strong Innovator

Design | Develop | Engineer

The Innovators are creative, forward-thinking people who want to use their skills to make the world a better place. They are passionate about design and innovation and are able to consider the needs of the user to solve their problems with innovative solutions.

Keep reading to find out more about what this means

what does this mean?

Strong Makers

People with a strong Maker profile often enjoy operating technology, equipment, machinery, and vehicles to accomplish tasks.

They often don’t work in desk jobs, instead, you’ll find Makers using equipment, moving between worksites, and combining technical skills with specialised knowledge.

what does this mean?

Strong Linkers

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.

what does this mean?

Strong Innovators

You’re a strong Innovator, which means that you are able to design creative solutions to a range of problems.

Strong Innovators are often forward-thinking people who want to make the world a better place.

what does this mean?

Strong Informers

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.

what does this mean?

Strong Guardians

As a strong Guardian, you value health and wellbeing, and are interested in the body and how it works. You may thrive in a role where you are supporting people to be their best versions of themselves.

Strong Guardians generally have good communication skills and enjoy working with a range of different people, and they often find themselves supporting others to achieve their goals.

what does this mean?

Strong Coordinators

You are a strong Coordinator, which means that you may enjoy organising, scheduling, and managing projects and teams.

Strong Coordinators tend to be the type of people who are good at taking a broader picture of what is happening, and they are also good at collaborating with others on the team to keep things running smoothly.


You're in good company

These people also share your Cluster strengths:


Joey Tribani

Joey Tribani is a charismatic and talented actor known for his ability to bring humour and heart to every role he takes on.


Christina Hammock Koch

Christina Hammock Koch is a NASA astronaut who has spent over 300 days in space, conducting important scientific research and inspiring the next generation of explorers.

David Walliams

David Walliams

David Walliams is a multitalented actor, comedian, and author who has captured the hearts of audiences worldwide with his wit, charm, and infectious humor.


You told us you're interested in:

Following your interests is a great way to build a career that makes you want to turn up to work every Monday. 


People with an interest in technology are often curious about how various devices and systems work, and are eager to explore new advancements and innovations. They may enjoy keeping up with the latest tech trends, experimenting with gadgets, and learning about the impact of technology on society.


People with an interest in art are often creative, imaginative, and expressive, with a deep appreciation for aesthetics and visual beauty. They may enjoy creating or appreciating various forms of artistic expression, such as painting, sculpture, and photography.

where could you go?


Software Development Firms

For those interested in technology, working at a software development firm could provide an exciting opportunity to work on cutting-edge software applications and systems. These firms offer a range of roles, from software developers and engineers to project managers and quality assurance testers.

Technology Startups

If you’re interested in exploring new advancements and innovations, working at a technology startup could be the perfect fit. These companies are often at the forefront of emerging technologies and offer a fast-paced, dynamic work environment. Roles at a startup could include software developers, data analysts, product managers, and more.

Technology Consulting Firms

Technology consulting firms offer a unique opportunity to work with a variety of clients across different industries. These firms provide strategic guidance and technical expertise to help clients implement new technologies and improve their existing systems. Roles at a technology consulting firm could include project managers, business analysts, and technology consultants.

where could you go?


Art galleries and museums

These institutions showcase diverse works of art, from classical to contemporary, and provide opportunities for aspiring artists to exhibit their work. Art enthusiasts can find employment as curators, art handlers, exhibition designers, and marketing specialists.

Advertising agencies

The advertising industry thrives on creativity and visual appeal, making it an ideal workplace for those with an interest in art. Advertising agencies employ graphic designers, art directors, and illustrators to create compelling visuals for print, digital, and social media campaigns.

Film and television production companies

The film and television industry relies heavily on visual storytelling, making it a natural fit for those with a passion for art. From set designers and costume makers to animators and special effects artists, there are numerous opportunities for art enthusiasts to contribute their skills and creativity to the world of entertainment.


What sounds good to you?

Before we go much further, take a minute to think about what all this means.

Have you learnt anything about yourself? Do any of the career paths you’ve learnt about sound really interesting? Is there anything you’ve learnt which doesn’t sit right with you, or is there something that you think is missing? 

Thinking through these questions (and any others you have) at this point can help you clarify your thinking and work out what else you might need to learn before you can move on to the exploration and experience phase.


Here's some inspiration:

These people have careers that match your interests and Career Clusters.

Sheldon Cooper

Sheldon Cooper

Sheldon Cooper is a brilliant and dedicated physicist who is passionate about advancing scientific knowledge and exploring the mysteries of the universe.


Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is a talented singer-songwriter who has captured the hearts of millions with her catchy tunes and relatable lyrics.

The Hulk

The Hulk

The Hulk is a formidable superhero known for his incredible strength and ability to smash anything in his path.


Where to from here?

Before we go much further, take a minute to think about what all this means.

Have you learnt anything about yourself? Do any of the career paths you’ve learnt about sound really interesting? Is there anything you’ve learnt which doesn’t sit right with you, or is there something that you think is missing? 

Thinking through these questions (and any others you have) at this point can help you clarify your thinking and work out what else you might need to learn before you can move on to the exploration and experience phase.

Conversation Starter

You don't have to work all this out alone. Try asking an adult you trust for their opinion, or reach out to your school's Career Counsellor.


Where do you want to start?

You can combine your Cluster with your interests to work out where to start; here’s what we’ve come up with:

Digital Coordinators

Tech enthusiasts with an interest in organising and coordinating can explore careers in IT management or software development.

Digital Guardians

For people interested in technology and healthcare, careers in medical technology or health informatics can be a suitable fit.

Digital Innovators

Tech enthusiasts interested in innovation, design, or engineering can explore careers in product development or software engineering.

Artistic Guardians

People with interests in healthcare and art can pursue various careers that combine their passion for helping others with their artistic skills.

Artistic Linkers

People who enjoy connecting people, solving problems, and have a passion for art can explore career opportunities that blend these interests.

Artistic Makers

People who have a passion for working with their hands and operating equipment, as well as an interest in art, can find career opportunities that integrate these preferences.


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