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 Holland Career Theory - link to hobbies and interests.

Artistic Conventional Enterprising
Investigative Realistic Social

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HOLLAND CAREER CODE  MATCHED TO INDUSTRY

Realistic

People who have athletic or mechanical ability, prefer to work with objects, machines, tools, plants or animals, or to be outdoors.

Industry:

  • Manufacturing
  • Trades—Construction, electrical, plumbing, air conditioning, etc.
  • Catering, Restaurants
  • Computers
  • Printing

Investigative

People who like to observe, learn, investigate, analyze, evaluate or solve problems.

Industry:

  • Biotechnology

  • Engineering

  • Environmental

  • Healthcare

 

Artistic

People who have artistic, innovating or intuition abilities and like to work in unstructured situations using their imagination and creativity.

Industry:

  • Advertising/Public Relations
  • Publishing, 
  • Journalism
  • Web page creation
  • Media—TV, Radio
  • Graphics

Social

People who like to work with people to enlighten, inform, help, train, or cure them, or are skilled with words.

Industry:

  • Business Organizations
  • Car Leasing and Sales
  • Education and Childcare Services
  • Hotels
  • Real Estate
  • Retail and Sales

Enterprising

People who like to work with people, influencing, persuading, performing, leading or managing for organizational goals or economic gain.

Industry:

  • Accounting
  • Financial Services
  • Law Firms
  • Management Consulting

Conventional

People who like to work with data, have clerical or numerical ability, carry out tasks in detail or follow through on others' instructions.

Industry:

  • Banking
  • Collections
  • Government
  • Insurance
  • Staffing Services
 
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MY CAREER FOCUS

U. S. Department of Education - 12 Career Clusters

Which career focus is right for you?

Number your 1st, 2nd and 3rd choices.

A - Artistic - Creative expression of feelings or ideas.               I - Scientific - discovering, collecting, analyzing information about the natural world.                                       
R - Plants and Animals - outdoor activities usually involving plants and animals.                                                 R - Protective - use of authority to protect people and property.                                                                        
R - Mechanical - using machines, hand tools or techniques.    R - Industrial - repetitive and specific activities in a factory setting.                                                                   
C - Business detail - activities requiring attention to detail, primarily in office settings.                                           S - Selling - using personal persuasion and sales and promotion techniques to sell products or services.                  
 S - Accommodating - providing services to others, often on a one-to-one basis.                                                         E - Humanitarian - helping others with mental, spiritual, social, physical, or vocational needs.                                    
E - Leading-influencing - guiding actions of others, requiring high level of verbal abilities.                                     R - Physical performing - activities performed before an audience.                                                                       
 

 

 

 


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