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Based on the theory of John Holland, Ph.D., people with the same or similar interests are often found in the same work environments. According to your results, these are the top three traits you prefer for your ideal work environment.
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REALISTIC people are characterized by competitive/assertive behavior and by interest in activities that require motor coordination, skill, and physical strength. People oriented toward this role prefer situations involving "action solutions" rather than tasks involving verbal or interpersonal skills. They like to take a concrete approach to problem-solving rather than relying on abstract theory. They tend to be interested in scientific or mechanical rather than cultural and aesthetic areas.
Career fields suitable for this personality:
INVESTIGATIVE people prefer to think rather than to act, to organize and understand rather than to persuade. They are not apt to be too "people oriented".
ARTISTIC people value self-expression and relations with others through artistic expression. They dislike structure, prefer tasks involving personal or physical skills, and are more prone to expression of emotion than others. They are like investigative people but are more interested in the cultural-aesthetic than the scientific.
SOCIAL people seem to satisfy their needs in teaching or helping situation. In contrast to investigative and realistic people, social type are drawn more to seek close interpersonal relationships and are less apt to engage in intellectual or extensive physical activity.
ENTERPRISING people are verbally skilled and use this skill in persuasion rather than support of others. They also value prestige and status and are more apt to pursue it than conventional people.
CONVENTIONAL people don't mind rules and regulations and emphasize self-control. They prefer structure and order to ambiguity in work and interpersonal situations. They place value on prestige or status.
* This non-scientific quiz is provided for general guidance, and does not forecast your ability to succeed in an online learning environment.