No, they don’t always suggest the religious life.
When my mum was a teenager she was part of a guide troop run by Nuns, she spoke to one of the sisters about becoming a Nun and was told no, the religious life is not for you. You should go out and propagate the faith.
She went on to have seven children all of whom have served at the Altar at some stage, so I reckon sister got it right.
It can be a bit nerve wracking talking to a priest like that, I know from experience, but from what I’ve seen they want to help you find what you should be doing with your life, not pressure you to do something you don’t want to.
The emphasis is on finding the right place for you to be not just filling quotas.
Besides if everyone took a vow of celibacy, where would the next generation of Catholics come from?