Use Holland Codes to Think About Your Career Path

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In 1959, sociology professor John L. Holland devised six codes to describe the strengths of fundamental personality types: realistic, investigative, artistic, social, enterprising, and conventional. Each code corresponds to a profile of occupation choices, which reflects the skills and interests of that particular code. These codes can be used to help guide your area of academic study and career choice. Read the codes and some ideas for careers. You can click on each code to read more.

Realistic Code

Realistic individuals value concrete information and, as a result, rarely

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