A government career test has got people talking about it's controversial results in recent days.

It comes after Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak suggested all musicians should get another job.

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He said: “I can’t pretend that everyone can do exactly the same job that they were doing at the beginning of this crisis. That’s why we’ve put a lot of resource into trying to create new opportunities."

His comments were met with criticism from people on social media, suggesting Rishi should work as a waiter for his next job.

The government's new career quiz aims to tell you what sort of job you should be in, based on your skills and work preferences.

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As a reporter working at the Bracknell News for more than two years, I was curious to see what sort of role the government thinks I would be best suited to.

And the results are surprising and bizarre.

The first page looks like this:

Bracknell News:

You're have to answer a series of quick questions about your skills, work ethic and mindset on a scale of “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree”.

Once this is complete, you'll be taken to a page with your results.

Bracknell News:

To be given a precise role that fits you, you click on the area of work you are most suited to and answer a few more questions.

Ta da...my results gave me a job as a courier!

It's baffling, I never thought I would see myself delivering parcels or working in a yard but there you go. Does this career involve me completing three years of university? I'm not so sure.

Other people on Twitter have also been given strange results from the government website.

A GQ columnist shared his career results as a fairground worker.

He said: "The government careers service has suggested I retrain as the guy who spins the waltzers and shouts "Scream if you wanna go faster!" A brilliant job, yes, but is there much call for them these days?"

Have you taken the government's career test? Let us know your results and what job you do.