Deciding on a career is daunting, especially when you're not quite sure what you want to do for a living. How can you choose the career that's right for you, without having any practical experience on the job? To start you in the right direction, it might help to know your career personality type.

This flowchart asks you a few simple questions to help determine your work personality type. It's based on University of Michigan psychology professor John Holland's six personality traits, as well as his Theory of Career Choice. He determined that all careers can be categorized as one of 6 main types—and conveniently, all people can be categorized as well.

By asking you practical questions about the types of tasks you enjoy doing (both on the job and off) the Holland Code system is able to provide you with a match between your interests and the careers you would enjoy doing.

View the flowchart and full article at Business Insider.