COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. – June 8 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Fitness tests may evoke images of sweaty gym shorts and shouting coaches, but the Oxford Program promises to change all that. The Oxford Program has created the Oxford Career FITness Test – a painless test designed to create happier and healthier people and may even save lives.
“No one questions the importance of physical fitness in a healthy lifestyle, but rarely does anyone question career fitness,” Steve Bohler, Director and Head Coach of The Oxford Program of Career Change, explains. “Career happiness greatly contributes to the overall well being of a person. For example, research shows that Monday morning at 9 a.m. is the most likely time to have a heart attack.”
But, don’t fear. It is never too late to get career fit. This online fitness test measures the fit between people’s multi-dimensional work personality and their current job.
The test provides a career fitness score and level based on a 100-point scale. It also provides a report that is designed to help determine levels of career satisfaction or depression.
Based on 30 years of research, this simple test can uncover the test taker’s true wants, skills and needs as they pertain to their career choice. Test takers will also learn how their career fitness score compares to others in their industry and profession.
“Every person is hard wired to enjoy and excel at certain things,” Bohler said. “The Oxford Career FITness test is a tool to help people make better career decisions – decisions they won’t regret.”
Test results, advice articles, recommended resources and how-to guides are free to anyone who completes the simple, online, 10-minute test.
If the test taker chooses to move to the next level and research a new career, he or she is then provided with the opportunity to join the Oxford Program – an online, intensive workshop designed to guide adults through a step-by-step process of discovering a career that offers the highest level of financial, personal and emotional fulfillment.
“Life is short,” Bohler said. “Work consumes up to 75 percent of our day, and people who have ‘career fitness’ are more likely to be happier, healthier, make more money, reach their fullest potential and quiet the nagging voice that is telling them they are not doing what they were born to do.”
So, don’t delay career happiness. Taking the Oxford Career FITness test today could change life tomorrow. To take the test, or for more information, visit: www.TheOxfordProgram.com.
The Oxford Program is a group-based workshop where participants from around-the-world utilize testing, tools, and group interaction to design a personal vision for an ideal future.
For more information, visit: www.TheOxfordProgram.com; call Steve Bohler at: 800-959-9183; or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.