Strong Interest Inventory® & Skills Confidence Profile + Strong “College Edition” Profile + Strong Interpretive Report
Get a complete picture of your perceived skills and interests, evaluate majors and identify career options, and see a greatly expanded view of your potential occupations with these package profiles and report.
This custom package includes three separate instruments: the Strong Interest Inventory® & Skills Confidence Profile, the Strong Interest Inventory College Profile, and the Strong Interpretive Report.
Strong Interest Inventory® & Skills Confidence Profile
This profile combines the features of a Strong Interest Inventory® Profile—an in-depth look at your interests and preferences—with a detailed depiction of how you feel about these categories. Discovering your confidence in certain areas can help you decide whether or not to pursue a career in that field, whether or not you should continue on the career path you are on, or whether or not you should work towards certain skills that will aid you in your career path.
After learning about yourself in terms of your interests and potential satisfying occupations, take a look at how confident you are in your abilities and skills that coincide with these interests. The Skills Confidence charts depict:
- A map of six occupational areas and your self-assuredness in your abilities that relate to each area
- A list of typical skills that these occupational areas are known for
- A match-up of your confidence levels in these occupational areas AND your interest levels in them as established by the Strong Interest Inventory Profile
Strong College Profile
The Strong College Profile is a beneficial tool for those just about to enter college and those who aren’t seeing fulfillment in their current college experience. With its in-depth analysis of your preferences and interests, as well as its extensive report detailing many areas of your life, the Strong Interest Inventory College Edition Profile helps students forge the right path for their future in the working world and their personal lives. The College Edition Profile doesn’t just stop at majors, either. College course descriptions, extracurricular suggestions, favored style of work and environment to work in, and career guidance are also uncovered, allowing you to mold your entire college experience (and future employment after graduation) around what makes you happy.
In the Strong Interest Inventory College Edition Profile, you’ll find:
- A list of six broad occupational areas and your interests’ emphasis in each (social, artistic, enterprising, conventional, investigative, and realistic)
- Thirty areas of interest and your preferences in them, providing you with more information on what these interests mean to you
- A top-ten list of your matched occupations
- Five personalized scales depicting your favored ways of learning, managing, working alone and in groups, and taking chances in the workplace
Strong Interest Inventory® Profile
With the Strong Interest Inventory® Interpretive Report, those with questions about their futures are given a step-by-step breakdown of their interests, preferences, and motives for happiness, as well as “action steps” which instruct them on how to use this information to better themselves.
Whether you’re looking for a career move or just starting out in the working world, the Strong Interpretive Report can guide you toward occupations and styles of work that are shown to work best with your interests, hobbies, preferences, favorite subjects, and more. The Strong Interpretive Report can be used to gain some insight into whether or not you’d be happy in a career that you are thinking of, whether or not you’ll be happy in a career move that you make, and whether or not your current career is going to make you happy in the long run.
Along with the elements of the Strong Interest Inventory Profile (such as your most popular careers, most popular occupational areas, and your break-down of how you best work), the Interpretive Report provides:
- A detailed description of the top ten potential careers for those with your likes and dislikes, including duties and specific skills necessary
- Leisure activities associated with your top interests
- Your top career motivators: what makes you want to do these types of jobs