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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

CashCrunch Careers ~ a TOS review

Helping your children figure out what exactly they want to do when they graduate from high school is a task. Sometimes it can be stressful especially when your child has the foggiest idea what they want to do. My youngest daughters aren’t quite sure what fields they want to go into, so I am especially happy to be able to take the CashCrunch Careers survey from CashCrunch Games.

Cash Crunch Careers

CashCrunch Games, was founded by Paul Vasey. The company’s main goal is to help children and young adults learn to “save first, spend later”. The company has several different games that help children learn about money. Now, they have just released a new product called CashCrunch Careers. We received four subscriptions to take the survey. I used it four my four oldest daughters, Marie (21), Madison (17), Mikayla (15), and Montana (12).

Getting started was super easy. I logged onto the site and registered each of the girls with their individual email addresses and the registration code we received from the company. Once I had the surveys set up, all my kids needed to do was to log in and take the survey. The survey was short. Each of my daughters took about 15-20 minutes to complete the 75 questions. Some of the words Montana didn’t really understand there meaning so I helped her by giving examples. Once she had examples she was able to choose between the two words.

CashCrunch Careers {CashCrunch Games Reviews}
So, just what did my children think of their results? 

Marie says ~ I thought my survey results were very accurate. My top 5 career choices were general & operations manager, advertising and promotions manager, marketing manager, sales manager, and public relation manager. Being an entrepreneur and starting my first business on my own, I need to function as all 5 careers to successfully run it. My other maching job choices as well as my motivators & demotivators were accurrate.

Madison says ~ I took a similar job survey during my Calvin College's Entrada Scholar's program except I got the exact opposite results. Entrada's jobology accurately predicted that I prefer working alone with a set of directions and a deadline. CareerCrunch, again, told me the opposite, that I would like to work with a team. Some of the jobs I was suggested all included the title 'manager'.

Mikayla says ~ I was able to complete my survey while on break at the gym. Signing into my survey was easy to do. I am not quite sure what I want to do when I go to college but the survey results say that I would be a good manager. I think I want to go into the Air Force as an officer, so being a manager fits that criteria.

Montana says ~ Some of the words were hard for me to understand but with my mom helping me it was easy to get the survey completed. Like my sisters, I think I want to go into the Air Force and be either a vet or something else so manager also goes with what my survey results say.

Overall, we are all happy and excited with the results of the survey. I definitely think you should check out this survey if your children need a little guidance in deciding what they want to do.

69 of my CrewMates also took the survey so be sure to click the banner below and see what they have to say.

CashCrunch Careers {CashCrunch Games Reviews}

Product ~ CashCrunch Careers 
Format ~ online survey 
Ages ~ middle school - adult
Cash Crunch Games
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