You’re a Compassionate!

You’re a Compassionate!

Discovering what you love and what you’re great at means you can make choices and set goals that you feel good about. Once you know what your goals are you can discover the best way to make them happen. Let’s take a better look at what it means to be a compassionate.

Being a compassionate means you are the kind of person that is always there to lend a helping hand. You create the positivity that keeps others motivated.

As a Compassionate, you are:

Warm, friendly and fun to be around

Able to see the bigger picture

Easy to connect with

Able to make well thought out and purposeful decisions

Driven by personal development and helping others

Excited by new situations

You like work that is caring and considerate – having freedom and creativity is a must. If you use your natural drive for compassion and helpfulness in your job search, you’re halfway there.

Figure out a goal that suits you and discover the stepping stones to getting there. This could mean taking on different jobs that will help get you where you want to be, connecting with people to find new opportunities or touching up your resume to show the kind-hearted person you are.

Your open and caring attitude is the most important trait you have as a compassionate! Use it to your advantage.

Keep scrolling to see some jobs that might suit you.

Below is a range of jobs that might suit you, ranging from entry level to highly skilled. Remember, these are just a guide to help you start exploring some options.

Whether you’re at the beginning of your career journey or going through a career change, this
will help you think outside the box when it comes to your next job.

Are there any that stand out that you hadn’t
thought of before?

Aged/Disabled Carer





Sales Assistant

Teacher/Education Aid

Dental Assistant

Child Carer



Youth Worker

Occupational Therapist

Tour Guide

Driver (Taxi/Uber)


Speech Pathologist

Careers Counsellor


Personal Trainer

Social Worker

Personal Care Assistant

Beauty Therapist