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You are a Tech promise! Whether you work in Tech, or not, no matter! This is definitely something you have potential for!
It makes you enjoy problem-solving, being organized and logical, clear and precise in your writing and verbal communication.
You like Portal series.
In games you like to find clever solutions to problems and think 'outside of the box'.
That's why in your professional life, identifying and resolving complex problems is a draw.
Also, reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and to implement solutions.
Jobs? You might like the following: software development, engineering, science, top-management, medicine, law.
A maxed-out character, with the best gear, stats and talents - that's you.
When there's no progression left to do or all skill trees are completed, your interest even dies down a little.
To avoid this hiatus in your professional life, you must focus on continuous self-improvement.
You'll enjoy work, which can provide you with infinite possibilities to improve your skills and progress.
Ensure that you are up-to-date with the latest trends an technology and apply this growing knowledge to your job.
Potential occupations: Research, Medicine, High-tech engineering (+ PC building), IT.
You've played action games.
According to research action games demand fast reactions and good hand-eye coordination.
They help develop multitasking and information management skills to make you more able to select relevant information over time and suppress distracting information, making you retrieve information with better accuracy, higher precision and following an highly efficient strategy.
You've enjoyed Portal 2, Alpha Protocol and Red Dead Redemption 2.
You've played games that need patience.
You have the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble or suffering without getting angry or upset. You demonstrate flexibility and recognise a need to wait.
You accept that delay is likely in a variety of situations, rather than fighting back against it and trying to force the issue.
You suppress negative emotions associated with impatience, such as anger, frustration, and restlessness.
You persevere in the face of difficulty and obstacles that slow down a process or threaten to derail it completely.
You are able to make more rational decisions about how to proceed in a given situation.
You've enjoyed Alpha Protocol.
You've played open-world games.
Due to your ability to self-monitor and self-correct you can work independently.
Often you are taking the initiative rather than waiting to be told what to do; doing what is asked to the best of your ability, without the need for external prodding; learning to work at a pace that you can sustain; taking ownership of your mistakes without looking for excuses.
You've enjoyed Red Dead Redemption 2.