Do you know anything about Dr. John Holland and the RIASEC CODE?
No, but maybe we can find out some information if we look it up.
THE SIX DEFINITIONS
I looked up the RIASEC CODE and it told me what it was and it gave me the defintions for them.
What are they?
EXPERIENCE TAKING THE SURVEY
Their was also a little survey and now i have my results.
Did they come out good?
John Holland was an American psychologist, Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Johns Hopkins University, and the creator of a career development model, Holland Occupational Themes, and he is also the one who created RIASEC.
DOMINANT AND RECESSIVE TRAITS
Maybe i should take the survey?..
REALISTIC: work activities that include , hands-on problems and solutions INVESTIGATIVE: working with ideas, and requires thinking ARTISTIC: working with forms, designs and patterns SOCIAL: working with, communicating with, and teaching people ENTERPRISING: starting up and carrying out projects CONVENTIONAL: following set procedures and routines
TWO MAIN CAREERS
I've been thinking about two main careers i've been wanting to do.
The experience taking the survey wasn't bad. It would ask you different questions like if you liked a certain area like technology, and you would rank how much you liked that area. When i finished taking my survey my personality trait is SIA(Social, Investigative, and Artistic).
I would be committed to my job.
My dominant trait is social , and i am really good with talking to people and listening and having a reply back. My two recessive traits are investigative and artistic. When i am artistic i can create new things or maybe come up with ideas but i am not that good at it. One way i am investigative is because i can work with ideas and actually break it down in a thinking process.
You should and you will know which one is your dominant trait and your two recessive.
Two of my main careers is to become a Psychologists and a substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselor. The main career i want is to become a Psychologists, and you have to have a doctoral degree and at least 5 years to become one. Some programs require people to have a masters degrees while others admit with relevant experience.
Are you sure they are the best fit for you and would you be committed to the job?
The salary for this area of work 10 years from now would be $75,090 a year. Employment of psychologists is expected to grow 10%-14%, between the years of 2016 and 2026.