Becoming a community manager
In-game you enjoy the story, following a character's journey and seeing how in-game events develop and shape the world.
That's why in professional life, you would enjoy activities related to stories, story making, story telling and narrative development.
Consider roles that demand content creation, comedy or journalism.
One of the best selling points of a game for you is the atmosphere it brings - its art, visuals and music - and the more immersive, the better.
That's why atmosphere and vibe are also important to you in work and life.
Think, how can you add more details to create a space at work, both physical and mental, that will inspire you?
You appreciate realistic characters, who improve the quality of your gaming experience.
Thus, in a professional environment, you would thrive when communicating with different people, as you understand many social parameters and motivations, through the games you've played.
Surrounding yourself with interesting personas helps you explore this even further. Do you have inspiring people around you? How can you ensure that you always do?
When choosing a position, aim for one which allows you to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with others, and encourages you to maintain them over time.
In addition, it's essential that you're prompted to communicate with people outside the organisation and show off your skills, e.g. representing your company to customers, the public, government institutions or other external sources.
This can be achieved in person, in writing, or by telephone or e-mail.
Potential occupations: Learning and Development management, HR, Community Management, PR.
You are good at 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 are skilled at Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Dying Light, Grand Theft Auto IV and Assassin's Creed Odyssey. You've played Dying Light (80h), Sleeping Dogs (29h) and Tomb Raider (18h).
You are good at 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 are skilled at Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Dying Light, Grand Theft Auto IV and Assassin's Creed Odyssey. You've played Dying Light (80h) and Sleeping Dogs (29h).
You are good at games that demand creativity.
Activities that demand developing, designing, or creating new applications, ideas, relationships, systems, or products are the areas where you can express yourself.
Creativity is the number one 'soft' skill that employers wanted in 2020, according to LinkedIn.
Organisations need people who can take a creative approach to problems and tasks across all business roles, from software engineering to human resources.
Best advice: focus upon honing your ability to bring new ideas to the table.
You are skilled at Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition. You've played Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition (96h).