Six Personality Types

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According to Career Services of Birmingham-Southern College, career-fit personalities are a description of consistencies between personal interest and effective decision-making on career planning to seek your unique personality with a specific job. On the other hand, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Office of Faculty Development of Hopkins University conducted handouts considered to their Job Transition Manual (2008) that the Holland’s Six Personality Types they determine and define the following as REALISTIC- Realistic people are independent and practical, and thrifty. They are objective rather than idealistic people. They are good at tasks that are tactile, physical, athletic, or mechanical. They value naturalistic and concrete when it comes…show more content…
They are curious, methodical, rational, analytical, and logical. They see the world as puzzles needed to be solved or problem that requires in depth solution. And because of their rationality, they excel at tasks that are scholarly, scientific, technical, or medical. They enjoy activities that involve thought, observation, investigation, exploration, and discovery. They like to solve problems to perform experiments, and conduct research. They believed that scientific processes are the best way to solve any problem or recognize it because they have the idea that the first thing in solving the problem is recognizing there is one. Typical investigative careers include medical technologist, biologist, chemist, systems analyst and chess…show more content…
They excel at socializing, helping others, and teaching. They are the voice of the masses. They support advocacies leading to justice and peace in order in society. They believe that a bond becomes stronger when people stand together. Their main purpose is to serve the public and help establish a better and equal society where rule of law abides. They like tasks that involve teamwork, social interaction, relationship building, and improvement of society. They enjoy activities that are public humanitarian, educational, philanthropic, interpersonal, and service-oriented. The possible job/ careers include a lawyer, teacher, counselor and social
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