MBTI® Career Report + Strong & MBTI Combined Career Report + Strong Profile
Use these reports to find a fulfilling career that matches with your personality and interests, and develop a plan for achieving that career.
Set yourself up on the path to a career that fits with your MBTI® personality type as well as your interests and preferences. With these three reports, you’ll discover the ideal career for who you are at a base level, offering you a future of satisfying and fulfilling employment. Read about each report below.
MBTI® Career Report
In your MBTI® Career Report, you’ll discover how your personality type affects your choice in occupation (including what sort of duties your personality type prefers or what kind of environment you work best in), how your personality type can seek out new career options, challenges your MBTI personality type may face in the workplace and suggestions on how to deal with them, your personality type’s strengths and weaknesses in the workplace, how you can gain the most satisfaction from your career in the long run, and what specific jobs would work best with your personality type.
Furthermore, your report offers suggestions for what to do with this new information (called “action steps”), helping you utilize your MBTI personality type to your career’s advantage. Use the MBTI Career Report for:
- Choosing a new career direction
- Developing a plan for long-term career development
- Getting more out of your current occupation
- Choosing an academic path toward a successful career
- Starting out in the work force
Strong & MBTI® Combined Career Report
Match your career with your personality and interests, providing you with the knowledge to help you pursue a fulfilling career path. You’ll learn the tasks that you may succeed at, work environments you may find most beneficial to your success, strengths and weaknesses that you have, particular occupations you might like, potential long-term plans to reach your ideal career, and how to get the most out of your job.
The General Occupational Themes, Basic Interest Scales, Occupational Scales, and Personal Style Scales from the Strong Interest Inventory® Profile are used in conjunction with your four-letter MBTI personality type, defined by the following categories:
- Introverted and Extraverted: working best by yourself/your own thoughts or working best with others/in a team setting
- Intuitive and Sensing: thinking in terms of the big-picture or thinking in the moment
- Feeling or Thinking: basing your choices on your emotions or on logical reasoning
- Perceiving or Judging: acting spontaneously or acting based on structure
The Strong Interest Inventory will measure your interests and preferences against those of people similar to you who find happiness and satisfaction in their careers. You’ll receive a list of occupations that would work with your Strong Interest Inventory preferences and MBTI personality type, along with associated tasks and certain knowledge or techniques pertinent to success in each occupation. Furthermore, the report offers strategies for getting your ideal job, whether you’re starting out in the career world, considering a career change, or looking to better yourself at your current place of employment.
Strong Interest Inventory® Profile
The Strong Interest Inventory® Profile gives you a list of careers often chosen by those with interests similar to yours. It breaks down your preferences and inclinations into six General Occupational Themes, which give a broad record of what sorts of jobs you would enjoy. It discusses 30 Basic Interest Scales that cover both job and leisure activity interests, then delves deeper by describing 130 Occupational Scales that are created by comparing your results to others with similar interests who have shown high rates of happiness and longevity in their careers.
The Strong Interest Inventory Profile not only tells you what occupations might best-fit your preferences—it also describes how you work best in work situations, whether that means learning on the job, working with others, managing others, or taking chances in the workplace. By understanding how you work best, you can apply changes to your current occupation and succeed more, or put these changes in motion in a new career, making you happier not just with your job choice but also with life in general.