John Holland was a man who created the RIASEC codes.Holland was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. Holland graduated from Central High, Omaha, Nebraska, in 1938 and from the University of Nebraska at Omaha Holland joined the army after graduating from college, becoming engaged in the events of World War ll.
RIASEC Code Matching By Jonatan Amaya
R stands for Realistic which is people who are "Doers". I stands for Investigative which is for people who are "Thinkers" A stands for Artistic which is for people who are "Creators" S stands for Social which is for people who are "Helpers" E stands for Enterprising which is for people who are "Persuaders" C stands for Conventional which is for people who are "Organizers"
RIASEC Summary Review
The RIASEC code test was easy and simple to do. It was not hard and it asked me what types of things id like to do. I chose each one truthfully. There was only so many questions so it didn't take that long. By the end of it it asked me if i would give more information about myself which i didn't mind doing. When it was all over it gave me my three personality traits. It gave me S (Social), I (Investigative), and E (Enterprising).
My Personality Traits
When i took the RIASEC code test it gave me my three personality traits. My two dominant traits being Social and Investigative. Social meaning I'm a "Helping" type pf person and Investigative meaning I'm a sort of "Thinker". My two recessive or weakest traits Artistic and Conventional. This means for Artistic I'm not much of a "Creator' and for Conventional I'm not much of an "Organizer".
My Two Careers
One of the careers that match my personality trait is a Instructional System Specialist and Curriculum Specialist. A job as an Instructional Systems Specialist falls under the broader career category of Instructional Coordinators.The job description of a Instructional Systems Specialist is to Develop instructional material, coordinate educational content, and incorporate current technology in specialized fields that provide guidelines to educators and instructors for developing curricula and conducting courses. Includes educational consultants and specialists, and instructional material directors. You must have a Masters degree or higher to become an Instructional Systems Specialist.
Job salary and Future Outlook
The job Salary of a Instructional Systems Specialist ranges from 84k-105k. From taking the test and looking at the jobs associated with my personality i feel like could see myself doing this job 10 years from now. By looking more at the job description and going more into detail with it the outlook looks pretty good. I feel like this job could benefit me in a bunch of ways.