Strong Interest Inventory
Strong Interest Inventory
The Strong Interest Inventory assessment provides robust insight into a person’s interests, so you can help them to consider potential careers, their educational path, and the world of work. Built on psychologist John Holland’s theory, it’s backed by more than 80 years of research into how people of similar interests are employed, and what motivates individuals in the workplace. It delivers effective and powerful results that contribute to your students’ success.
Turn interests into career development
The Strong Interest Inventory assessment helps individuals identify their work personality by exploring their interests in six broad areas: realistic, artistic, investigative, social, enterprising, and conventional (often referred to using the acronym RIASEC). It then breaks the RIASEC areas into 30 specific areas of interest that can be directly related to fields of study, careers, and leisure activities. In addition, it describes an individual’s personal style preferences in five areas: work style, learning environment, team orientation, leadership style, and risk-taking. Depending on the report you choose, it ranks the individual’s top 5 or 10 most compatible occupations from a list of 260 specific jobs.
Career direction that inspires
The Strong assessment supports:
- Choosing a College major selection—The Strong assessment helps students uncover their career interests and identify which areas of study are appropriate or required for a particular field. Students become more engaged because they are focused on classes relevant to their goals.
- Career exploration—By identifying personal interests and how these relate to different occupations, the Strong assessment opens up the world of work to first-time career seekers and people considering a career transition.
- Career development—The Strong assessment heightens people’s self-awareness and provides a deeper understanding of individual strengths and blind spots, including work style and orientation to risk-taking.
- Employee engagement—The Strong assessment helps employees align their interests with areas of responsibility in their job, or in other jobs within your organization where those interests can be applied.
- Reintegration—The Strong assessment helps individuals re-enter the workplace after a period of disconnection or absence.
Free Versus Paid Assessments
There are many free personalities and interest inventory tests and assessments located around the Internet, though one must know that though these tests attempt to mimic the Strong Interest Inventory test, at no or sometimes a low cost to you, they are neither valid nor proven to assess you or what you are searching for. Additionally, the Strong Interest Inventory is quite affordable, there really is no reason to not be administered the genuine assessment.
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