Connecting Personality Types With
Careers and Jobs [U.S. Dept. of the Interior]
**NOTE** On these lists - "Library Work" is listed under the *ISFJ* personality type **
Visit also the main site resources of the US Dept of the Interior:
See the resources for finding Library Jobs & More on the libjobs page
Free Online Tests Dealing With Careers
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We turn now to career tests, also called vocational tests.
Before you look at these, you should familiarize yourself with:
The Seven Rules About Taking Career Tests
Aritcle on Monster.com
How compatible are you?
by Michael Richards
From Monster.com - Canada
Tools and Quizzes
Have fun getting to know yourself a little better, exploring how you work,
whether you are ready for a change, and if you hire and fire with finesse.
John Holland, Psychologist and career theorist
Holland's six career interest types
Interests, Careers, and Holland Types
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Work Temperament Checklist
Before you begin any job search you must take an inventory of
your marketable employment skills and determine your
work temperament preferences.
To inventory of your skills should include:
· Hard skills (objectively measurable skills, such as ability to use computer software)
· Soft skills (subjectively measurable skills such as ability to organize)
· Transferable skills (skills that can be used in a number of different jobs
such as writing abilities or telephone etiquette skills, etc.)
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