The Strong Interest Inventory® Conventional Theme

Taylor MicaelaAssessments, Careers, STRONG

Strong Interest Inventory® Conventional Theme Discovering the underlying components of your Strong Interest Inventory® Profile (SIIP) is important in choosing a future work path that fits best with your interests and preferences. Oftentimes, much of this information can be found in the Basic Interest Scales that your SIIP aligns with. Check out how learning about the Conventional Theme can help … Read More

The Strong Interest Inventory® Test Enterprising Theme

Taylor MicaelaBlogs, Careers, STRONG, Uncategorized

Strong Interest Inventory Enterprising Theme   Learning about The Strong Interest Inventory® Test’s Basic Interest Scales (BIS) that you align with can help you discern your ideal career—one that will bring you happiness, success, and fulfillment. This week, we’ll learn about the Enterprising Basic Interest Scale Theme, and the BIS’s that go along with it. The Basic Interest Scale Theme … Read More

Strong Interest Inventory® Social Theme & Basic Interest Scales

Taylor MicaelaAssessments, Careers, STRONG

Strong Interest Inventory Social Theme Learning about your alignment with certain Strong Interest Inventory ® test  Basic Interest Scales can help you decide which career path will be most fulfilling and rewarding based on your interests and preferences. The Social Themed Basic Interest Scales (BIS) include Counseling & Helping, Teaching & Education, Human Resources & Training, Social Sciences, Religion & … Read More

Strong Interest Inventory ®: Artistic Theme – Basic Interest Scales

Taylor MicaelaAssessments, Careers, Resources, STRONG

The Strong Interest Inventory ® test uses a variety of Basic Interest Scales to measure an individual’s personal preferences and interests, which can then be applied to helping people find a career that they will find enjoyable and fulfilling. These Basic Interest Scales (BIS’s) are divided into different themes, each encompassing an underlying quality that connects them. Knowing the details of the … Read More

Career Assessment Test: How to Take The Next Step in Choosing Your Career

Jonathan Bollag, Owner and FounderAssessments, Careers, MBTI, STRONG

Whether you are starting out in a career search for the first time or at a career crossroads, it is important to spend some time thinking about which career would best suit you based on what you enjoy doing, what your interests are, and how your personality best fits your occupational choices. There is a Career Assessment Test that can … Read More

Strong Interest Inventory®: Investigative Theme & Basic Interest Scales

Taylor MicaelaAssessments, Careers, STRONG

Strong Interest Inventory® Investigative Theme Scoring highly on certain Basic Interest Scales of the Strong Interest Inventory test can help inform you of the occupations and careers that your interests and preferences best align with. Each Basic Interest Scale (BIS) is categorized by a specific key factor—for example, the Investigative Theme, which includes a handful of BIS’s all having to do … Read More

Strong Interest Inventory: Realistic Theme & Basic Interest Scales

Taylor MicaelaAssessments, Careers, STRONG

Strong Interest Inventory Realistic Theme Explained The Basic Interest Scales of the Strong Interest Inventory test are divided into different themes based on their fundamental premises and base ideas.  This week, we’ll look at what interests and preferences align with the Realistic Theme, which includes the Basic Interest Scales of Mechanics & Construction, Computer Hardware & Electronics, Military, Protective Services, … Read More

The Strong Interest Inventory and The Basic Interest Scales Reviewed

Taylor MicaelaAssessments, Careers, STRONG

Discovering your Strong Interest Inventory Interest Scales is beneficial for career and academic planning, helping you decide what you want to do with your life and what you would be good at in the working world. Diving deeper into the assessment itself, as we will here with Basic Interest Scales, further guide you into a fulfilling and satisfying career that … Read More

Tips On How to job interview as an Introvert

Jonathan Bollag, Owner and FounderCareers, Personality Type

It is well known that an MBTI Introverted Type does not prefer the job interviewing process. Frankly, most Introverts find it somewhat painstaking, and at times even borderline unbearable. So we at Career Assessment Site have created this blog to help those introverted type personalities with some tips on how to best prepare yourself and your state of mind for … Read More

MBTI® STEP II™ Interpretive Report Part 3: Sensing and Intuition Facets

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, Careers, MBTI, Personality Type, Resources

MBTI® Step II™ Test In our previous blog on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Step II™ test Interpretive Report we focused on the first set of facets, or “sub categories”, associated with the four MBTI® dichotomies.  Last time we focused on the Extraversion and Introversion dichotomy along with its five facets.  Today we will focus on the facets associated with the … Read More

MBTI® Test and Careers: Personality Strengths and Career Obstacles

Jonathan Bollag, Owner and FounderAssessments, Careers, featured, MBTI, STRONG

Searching for a career can be anxiety provoking and frankly quite intimidating. For those of you who have been unemployed or in a career that does not suit you, you can relate to these feelings. The Combined Strong and MBTI® Career Report was invented to help people understand their career preferences and interests in order to help people like you … Read More

MBTI® STEP II™ Interpretive Report: Part 2: Extraversion and Introversion Facets

Leon Jesmanowicz, Vice-PresidentAssessments, Careers, MBTI, Personality Type, Resources

In our previous blog on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicato®r Step II™ Interpretive Report we overviewed the additions and changes that the MBTI® Step II™ Interpretive Report provides. Moving forward, we focus on the facets, or “sub categories”, associated with each main dichotomy present in the MBTI Step II Interpretive Report.  The four MBTI STEP II dichotomies are Extraversion and Introversion, … Read More