Today we are going to be talking about a man named Dr. John Holland who was the guy who created the RIASEC codes
DEFINITIONS OF RIASEC
R-Realistic aka the doers I-Investigative aka the thinkers A-Artistic aka the creators S- Social aka the helpers E-Enterprising aka the persuaders C- Conventional aka the organizers
MY RIASEC CODE
My RIASEC code was Realistic Social Conventional
Dr. John Holland was the man who created the RIASEC code for you to base your career off of your personality in which the RIASEC code was created in 1952 which was his doctoral disseration
DOMINATE AND RECESSIVE
Each of these definitions of the RIASEC codes has a different specific jobs that go with them so you wouldn't have someone who have no interest in what ever another personality type would enjoy doing just for the heck of it
CAREERS AND EDUCATION
the two careers that I found that would be in my range of RIASEC code traits would a Animal Control Worker or a Telephone Operator. And out of those two careers I would choose being a Animal Control Worker mainly because I like hands on jobs.
Since my RIASEC code was Realistic, Social, and Conventional. I'm a doer, helper, and organizer which is pretty cool because it's pretty accurate.
SALARY AND JOB PROSPECT
The starting annual salary for an animal control worker is around $22,576 per year the median salary is $34,848 per year and the senior salary is around $50,002 per year
what your dominate trait is what your trait that is most expressed by your actions and interests in life and your recessive traits are the ones that might be expressed in some situations but might not be expressed at all.
The dominate gene of my RIASEC code was Realistic Then my recessive gene's were Social, Coventional.
for the degree field of being an animal control worker is having an high school diploma or equivalent and some employers require an bachelors degree or higher, the degree major must be in animal science or a related field.
the prospect is easy all you have to do is go through high school and graduate then go through NACHO school then find an animal control service job to accept you and your in but that is if your interested in the job and the hard work that comes with it