Career Interest Activities

17 career areas

The Career Interest Activities section consists of 136 items. The person is asked to respond whether they like, dislike or are neutral to a job temperament indicator. This is force choice method. There are 17 homogeneous scales and the items from the scales have been placed through the use of a table of random numbers.

Public Service

Helping others by providing specialized information and services.

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The Sciences

Applying research methods and statistics to solve theoretical and applied problems in the physical, life, and social sciences.

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Engineering & Related

Using the principles of engineering and physics.

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Business Relations

Collecting, analyzing, advising, and making decisions based on a variety of data sources.

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Managerial

Directing the work of others in a wide range of settings.

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The Arts

Integrating personal expression and art concepts and techniques to develop works which elicit an emotional or aesthetic response.

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Media Design

Creating visually appealing and effective layouts of websites and other media platforms.

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Clerical

Compiling, recording, communicating, computing, copying, and otherwise organizing information for others.

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Sales

Interacting with and influencing others in favor of certain products, services, or ideas.

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Service

Helping individuals with their personal wants and needs.

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Outdoor

Working out-of-doors which may include contact with plant or animal life.

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Industrial

Working with tools, equipment, materials, products, structures, structural parts, or operating machinery.

Includes Mechanical, Electrical, Masonry, Tool & Die Work, Carpentry, Plumbing, Mining, Drafting.