The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between personality, achievement motivation, and career choice. The association between personality and career choice was generally supportive of those hypothesised by Raymark, Schmit, and Guion (1997). Achievement motivation was significantly correlated with extraversion, conscientiousness, and openness. Mediation analysis found that achievement motivation fully mediated the relationship between extraversion and general leadership and that between conscientiousness and ambition. This book discusses the implication of these findings and what future research might consider. This study should be helpful for organisations and career advisors who want to have a better understanding of what type of job or career an individual prefers based on their personality.