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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator - MBTI
The Career Report applies MBTI results to identify job families and occupations that potentially could be a good fit for reported MBTI type, with descriptions on how personality type affects Career Choice, Career Exploration, and Career Development. The interpretation includes descriptions and explanations of the four preference scales including introversion/extraversion, sensing/intuition, thinking/feeling, judging/perceiving. Supplemental handouts include: definitions and characteristics/descriptors of MBTI personality type, the effect of preferences on work setting, Type in College, Type and Careers, Type in Organizations, Type and Career Coaching, Type and Learning, Type and Leadership.
Strong Interest Inventory
The Strong Profile with scoring results includes summary and interpretative information on six occupational themes – Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional, linking these themes with interests, work activities, potential skills, and values. The report indicates level of interest (high to low) on basic interest scales and compares interests to people in over 120 various occupations on all themes, indicating to students how their interest patterns match individuals in specific professions. The College Profile links Strong results to typical college majors, campus organizations/activities, internships/job settings, and college courses. The Strong and MBTI Combined Report further evaluates how personality type and interests combine to influence career options.
16pf - Career Development Report
The Career Development Report provides a detailed narrative report with score summary, including individualized information on following personality patterns: problem-solving resources, organizational role and work setting preferences, interpersonal interaction styles, patterns for coping with stressful conditions, career activity interests, and personal career lifestyle effectiveness considerations. Additional assessment tools are available to students with specialized needs.