Anna Stephenson

Anna Stephenson

I had never been sure what a fulfilling career for me would be. In college I changed my major multiple … Continued

Payne Family

Payne Family

A Family Tradition Helen Payne contacted the New York office to obtain her test results. In the course of her … Continued

From Oceanography to Economics

From Oceanography to Economics

I took your aptitude tests before entering college. I thought I wanted to be an oceanographer. Your tests directed me … Continued

Career Change: From Hospitality to Design

Career Change: From Hospitality to Design

A former small business owner in the hospitality industry was looking for a career change. A few months after her … Continued

Aptitudes Focus: After 2 Days and 20 Tests, I Knew the Answer

Aptitudes Focus: After 2 Days and 20 Tests, I Knew the Answer

by Anita Cheng My teaching career I’m a teacher. It took three student loans, six years of school, countless interviews, … Continued

How Big Are Your Pixels?

How Big Are Your Pixels?

by Dr. Joel Orr, from Computer Aided Engineering It’s not that our marriage was really at risk, but there was … Continued

The Examined Life—A Report from the Front

The Examined Life—A Report from the Front

by Paul F. DuFlo Today’s job and career marketplaces are more competitive than ever. Downsizing, restructuring, out-sourcing, and—dare I say … Continued

Personal Reflections on Testing

Personal Reflections on Testing

by Robert A. Pease Once upon a time there was a very smart guy—let’s call him Bob—who was getting lousy … Continued

Are You in the Wrong Job?

Are You in the Wrong Job?

by Chris Dupin Do you find your job fulfilling? Are you able to summon seemingly boundless reserves of energy and … Continued

Elise Girard: Software Industry Professional

Elise Girard: Software Industry Professional

A different motivation Elise Girard came to the Johnson O’Connor Research Foundation when she was in between jobs and was … Continued

An Unhappy Manager

An Unhappy Manager

When Daniel Adam came to the Johnson O’Connor Research Foundation, he was the Director of Payroll for the city in … Continued

Will McIntyre: Profiling

Will McIntyre: Profiling

Peter Schultz, the president of Photo Researchers Inc. in New York, invited me into his office in the mid-1980s when … Continued

John Alderman: Sixty Years of Guidance

John Alderman: Sixty Years of Guidance

An Interview We encourage clients to let us know how they’ve made use of their testing results, and it is … Continued

Hope Grant: Setting Goals in Psychology

Hope Grant: Setting Goals in Psychology

I am in that phase of life where the question keeps popping up, “What should I do with my life?” … Continued

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman

In the beginning… I’ve never truly known what it is I wanted to be. I had the typical desires that … Continued

Private Investigator

Private Investigator

An Interview with an Investigator After graduating from a West Coast State University with a BA in Communication Theory, I … Continued

Law Firm Owner

Law Firm Owner

Finding My Place in Law I am so pleased to recommend the Johnson O’Connor Research Foundation’s aptitude testing. A psychiatrist … Continued

Five Veterans

Five Veterans

Grushenka A., Army, New York The JOC assisted in reassuring me that I was focusing on the correct civilian path … Continued

Garth E. Johnson

Garth E. Johnson

“It has been some time since my evaluation; however, your assessment has stuck with me, continuing to influence my academic and career directions. When … Continued

Dr. Huntington Lyman

Dr. Huntington Lyman

In 1983, shortly after my graduation from college, I invested two days in Johnson O’Connor’s aptitude testing program. It was … Continued

From Programmer to Teacher

From Programmer to Teacher

I was tested at your Seattle facility sometime in the late winter of 2013. Your tests said I would be … Continued

Patricia Keyes

Patricia Keyes

To whom it may concern,  I promised to let you know how things worked out for me after being tested … Continued

Robin

Robin

A few friends had recommended the testing for our 14-year-old daughter, who we homeschooled until fifth grade. She’s always been … Continued

Are you ready to choose intelligently?

Call to Schedule