Career Design Assessments

Career Satisfaction/Unrest: Identifies your career satisfaction/unrest on five levels.
Self Directed Search (SDS): Matches your favorite activities and interests to Occupations, Fields of Study and Hobbies.
Holland Interest/
Occupation Matrix:
Identifies your self-concept code.
Eureka Skills Inventory: Compares the skills you want to use in your future to those of 700 occupations.
Strong Interest and Skills Confidence Inventories: Compares your interests and skills confidence to the general population and those in specific career fields.
16PF Personal Career Development Profile: Identifies personal characteristics and strengths leading to your career success and matches personality traits to specific careers and areas for self-improvement.
Myers-Briggs Temperament Indicator: Determines your temperament type for communication, decision making, relationships and matching careers.
Values Assessment: Iidentifies personal and professional principles.
Needs: Points out your internal needs and possible conflicts.
The Party: Identifies what types of personalities and interests you are drawn to.
Life Style – Personality/Self-Management Tendencies: Determines how you like to live your life and adjectives that describe you.
Entrepreneurial Characteristics Indicator: Determines how many traits you have in common with other entrepreneurs.
Career Success Criteria/Prescription: Identifies the factors you consider extremely important to you in your work and life. This is very helpful in getting your goals and priorities established.
Books: A choice of “The Career Chase”, “Don’t Stop the Career Clock” or “Capitalizing on Career Chaos”.

You can discuss these assessments by contacting Career Design Associates, Inc. directly for availability and advice.