What Do You Want To Be?
From Salisbury University Career Services - a comprehensive exploration tool that
utilizes Dr. John Holland's six Personality Types. This
instrument also explores many occupations that are associated with
the personality types and provides links to the Occupational Outlook
Handbook for each job link. Very in-depth.
To login to the "What Do You Want To Be"
Information Website click
do not need any login to use this tool. All
you have to do is click on the website and
follow the directions).
- If you want to
access a quick, easy interest inventory
here to go to the
"SU What Do You Want To Be Holland
Disclaimer: SU Career Services does not own or
maintain the following web sites. We provide links as a
service to Salisbury University students. Links leaving the
Career Services site open a new browser window.
The two following instruments are NOT
hosted by Salisbury University Career Services. We have no
control over their content or results.
Keirsey Temperament Sorter -
This 70-question assessment is related to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. General test free.
The Career Interests Game
(University of Missouri) -
Also based on John Holland's theory of vocational choice and
personality types. Select your three choices from the six types, and
view related occupations. Links take you to the Occupational Outlook
Handbook for details about each occupation.