14.90 €
80 questions
Μαθητές & Σπουδαστές
Lyceum & University students
Επαγγελματικού Προσανατολισμού
Professional Values & Motivation
10 - 15 minutes
Discover which line of work suits you best based on the professional motivations that are of greater value to you. Take the Motivator - Professional Values & Motivation Test, which will help you choose the right professional direction, fill out your computerized faculty preference card, and decide on your ideal field of study and career, based on your work values.

The test is taken entirely online

Simple questions

Immediate & reliable results

Take the Motivator - Professional Values & Motivation Test and:

Discover the work positions that suit you best based on your professional motivations

Follow the professional career that truly fulfils your dreams

Find out which aspects of a work position are more important to you, e.g. insurance, high salary, travel, etc.

The MOTIVATOR - Professional Values & Motivation Test was developed entirely in Greece, aiming to evaluate the professional motives of Greek students. It was structured in the Greek language from the very beginning, and weighted to apply to Greek students. Work values and motivations play a crucial role in the decision-making process related to the professional route a young student will choose to follow in the future. Incorporating a total of 80 questions, this test evaluates 16 distinct work values, such as altruism, prestige and reputation, personal principles, work environment, etc.

The test consists of 80 simple questions describing various professional activities, the answers to which do not require special knowledge. As a user, you will be asked to indicate, on a 5-point scale, the degree to which each of these characteristics is important to you in choosing your future profession.

Responsible for the development of the questionnaire is Dr. Georgia Ath. Koumoundourou, Doctor of the University of Athens in the field of Vocational Counseling, holds a Master's Degree Specialization Diploma in "Counseling and Vocational Orientation" of the Department of Philosophy-Pedagogy-Psychology of the University of Athens. He is a Teacher, Graduate Department of Philosophy-Pedagogy-Psychology (direction: Psychology) of the University of Athens. Scientific collaborator in the development and validation of the test is Dr Ioannis Tsaousis, Assistant Professor in Psychometrics in the Department of Psychology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece.

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