Career models are guides to help you connect your interests, abilities, and skills to potential careers and degree programs.
Holland Code Career Model or Holland Codes provide interest/ skills/ value information, college major information, lists of careers, and job finder resources. There are print and internet resources.
The Models match jobs into job codes, interest clusters, work personality environments, or personality types. The Occupational Codes are:
- Enterprising and
- A person with a Realistic Personality tends to be frank, practical, focused, mechanical, determined, or rugged.
- Examples of Realistic Abilities include manipulating tools, doing mechanical or manual tasks, or doing athletic activities.
- A person with a Investigative Personality tends to be analytical, intellectual, reserved, independent, and scholarly.
- Examples of Investigative Abilities include working with abstract ideas and intellectual problems.
- A person with a Artistic Personality tends to be Complicated, Original, Impulsive, Independent, Expressive, and Creative.
- Examples of Artistic Abilities include using imagination and feelings in creative expression .
- A person with a Social Personality tends to be Helping, Informing, Teaching, Inspiring, Counseling, and Serving.
- Examples of Social Abilities include interacting with people and concerned with the welfare of people.
- A person with an Enterprising Personality tends to be Characteristics: Persuasive, Energetic, Sociable, Adventurous, Ambitious, and Risk-taking.
- Examples of Enterprising Abilities include leading, managing, and organizing.
- A person with a Conventional Personality tends to be Careful, Conforming, Conservative, Conscientious, Self-controlled, and Structured.
- Examples of Conventional Abilities include ordering activities paying attention to details.
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