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Holland's Theory on Career Assessment

RIASEC-Matching Occupational Environments with Modal Personal Orientations
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Daniel Todd

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by Daniel Todd, Bonnie Cagle, Sarah May and Tisha Moon.
John Hollands Typology for Career Assessment
Stalin ordered the first five year plan in 1929.
This was a reference to Stalin announcing that if the structures were not completed, Czar Nicholas II would return.
"Throughout the spring and summer they worked a sixty-hour week, and in August Napoleon announced that there would be work on Sunday afternoons as well" (Orwell 59).
REALISTIC
Investigative
Task oriented, interested in math and science
Described as independent, analytical, and intellectual.
May be reserved and defer leadership to others
ARTISTIC
Zunker, 2012, p. 28 Table .1
1919-2008
How? By being proactive in...
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According to Holland, "individuals are attracted to a given career because of their particular personalities and...variables that constitute their backgrounds"
Zunker, 2012, p. 27
To get there, follow the path using Holland's modal personal style.
Choosing a career, area of study in college, etc. find out what satisfies the individuals preferred modal...dominant orientation...[that is] corresponding [to] occupational environment"
Zunker, 2012, p. 27
Holland's Career Assessment can help.
"Occupational homogeny...provides the best route to self-fulfillment and a consistent career pattern"
Zunker, 2012, p. 27
According to the 2013 College Choice Report
only about 36% of students choose a major that fits
www.careerkey.org
This begins with what Holland referred to as "self-knowledge"
So we are going to help you learn how to find your best fit.
RIASEC
SIX MODAL OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS
SIX MODAL PERSONAL ORIENTATIONS
Realistic
Investigative
Artistic
Social
Enterprising
Conventional
Zunker, 2012, p. 28-29
Realistic
Investigative
Artistic
Social
Enterprising
Conventional
Zunker, 2012, p. 28-29
Are you wondering...
"Which way do I go?"
Holland's "four basic assumptions are;
In our culture, most people can be categorized in one of six modal types,
There are six corresponding modal occupational environments,
People search for a match between the first two to exercise their skills, abilities, expression of attitudes, values, and agreeableness,
And a persons behavior is determined by the interaction between modal type and occupational environment.
Dr. John Holland's Inventory--Focus 2

Work Interests and
Leisure Interests
Web Address: https://www.focuscareer2.com
Personal styles:
May lack social skills
prefer concrete vs. abstract work tasks
may seem frank, materialistic, and inflexible
usually have mechanical skills
Zunker, 2012, p. 28 Table .1
Occupational Environments
congruent with personal style
Skilled trades, such as
Plumber
Electrician
Technical skills such as
Airplane mechanic
Photographer
Draftsperson
Zunker, 2012, p. 28 Table .1
Personal styles:
Zunker, 2012, p. 28 Table .1
Occupational Environments
congruent with personal style

Scientific
Chemist
Physicist
Mathematician
Technician
Lab tech
computer programmer
electronics worker

Zunker, 2012, p. 28 Table .1
Personal styles:
Prefer self-expression through arts
Described as imaginative, introspective and independent
Values aesthetics and creation of art forms
Occupational Environments

congruent with personal style
Zunker, 2012, p. 28 Table .1
Artistic:
Sculptor
Artist
Designer
Musical:
musician
music teacher
orchestra leader
Literary:
editor
writer
critic
Social
Enterprising
Conventional
Personal Styles:
Zunker, 2012, p. 28 Table .1
Prefers social interaction
Has good communication skills
Concerned with social problems
Community service oriented
Interest in educational activities
Occupational Environments:
congruent with personal style
Educational:
teacher
educational administrator
college professor
Social Welfare:
sociologist
social worker
counselor
nurse
Personal Styles:
Prefers leadership roles
Can be described as domineering, ambitious, and persuasive
Makes use of good verbal skills
Zunker, 2012, p. 28 Table 2.1
Occupational Environments:
congruent with personal style
Managerial:
personnel
production
sales
Sales positions:
life insurance
real estate
car salesperson
Zunker, 2012, p. 28 Table 2.1
Personal Styles:
Described as -
practical
well controlled
sociable
conservative
Prefers structured tasks such as -
systematizing and manipulation of data
word processing
Zunker, 2012, p. 28 Table 2.1
Zunker, 2012, p. 28 Table 2.1
Occupational Environments:
congruent with personal style
Office and clerical worker -
time keeper
file clerk
accountant
secretary
bookkeeper
receptionist
credit manager
"Modal Personal Style"
Pull out Work & Leisure Interest Summary
Inconsistent Personalities
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