The site works via survey. After creating a profile -- which is easy, thanks to integration with Facebook -- users answer a series of questions. They're the "complete this sentence" multiple choice type favored by most career-oriented personality tests, and you can see the database narrow down after you answer the first six questions.
The service then analyzes your answers and matches you with potential careers. For me, at least, the results were spooky. My top five careers -- after a brief but hilarious early flirtation with Naval Architect and Statistician -- were Editor, Journalist, Correspondent, News Anchor, and Television Writer.
At the end of the survey, you can explore careers, learn more about your personality, or re-answer questions in a different way. It then saves your profile for future reference, allowing you to enter your aspirations and current and past careers.
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