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    • April 6, 2014 12:17:32 PM PDT
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      Holland Codes anyone? (Like MBTI)

      Anyone ever hear of a Holland Code? It's an interest inventory (is exactly what it sounds like) and gauges the things important to you, dividing them up into six categories. Your top three letters (each letter is a category) is your type. This psychometric tool is often used for career guidance.

      There six categories are:
      R - Realistic (Doers)
      I - Investigative (Thinkers)
      A - Artistic (Creators)
      S - Social (Helpers)
      E - Enterprising (Persuaders)
      C - Conventional (Organizers)

      Here's a quick summary of each category I lifted from a pdf file that had some relevant information:

      Realistic (R) types like realistic occupations such as mechanical engineer, landscape gardener, sound technician, cook, exterminator, plumber, locksmith, or safety inspector. They usually have mechanical and athletic abilities, and they like to work outdoors and with tools and machines. They typically like to work with things rather than people. The R type is described as conforming, frank, genuine, hardheaded, honest, humble, materialistic, modest, natural, normal, persistent, practical, shy, and thrifty.

      Investigative (I) types like investigative occupations such as biologist, surgeon, veterinarian, airplane pilot, translator, pharmacist, or actuary. They usually have mathematical and scientific ability and like to work alone. They typically like to explore and understand things or events rather than to persuade others or sell things. The I type is described as analytical, cautious, complex, critical, curious, independent, intellectual, introverted, methodical, modest, pessimistic, precise, rational, and reserved.

      Artistic (A) types like artistic occupations such as writer, graphic designer, fashion designer, public relations representative, editor, or architect. They usually have artistic skills, enjoy creating original work, and have good imaginations. The A type is described as creative, disorderly, emotional, expressive, idealistic, imaginative, impractical, impulsive, independent, introspective, intuitive, nonconforming, open, and original.

      Social (S) types like social occupations such as teacher, counselor, nanny, librarian, speech therapist, or home health aide. They usually like to be around other people, are interested in how people get along, and like to help other people with their problems. They typically like to help, teach, and counsel people rather than engage in mechanical or technical activities. The S type is described as convincing, cooperative, friendly, generous, helpful, idealistic, kind, patient, responsible, social, sympathetic, tactful, understanding, and warm.

      Enterprising (E) types like enterprising occupations such as salesperson, contractor, entrepreneur, human resources specialist, lawyer, newscaster, or lobbyist. They usually have leadership and speaking abilities, are interested in money and politics, and like to influence people. They typically like to persuade or direct others rather than work on scientific or complicated topics. The E type is described as acquisitive, adventurous, agreeable, ambitious, attention-getting, domineering, energetic, extroverted, impulsive, optimistic, pleasure-seeking, popular, self-confident, and sociable.

      Conventional (C) types like conventional occupations such as accountant, cashier, fire inspector, data manager, or proofreader. They usually have clerical and math abilities, and they like to work indoors and organize things. They typically like to follow orderly routines and meet clear standards, avoiding work that does not have clear directions. The C type is described as conforming, conscientious, careful, efficient, inhibited, obedient, orderly, persistent, practical, thrifty, and unimaginative

      Here's some more information for you on Wikipedia:
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holland_Codes

      Your can find "best suited careers" for your type (top 3 letters) via google.


      You can take a free version of the test here:
      http://personality-testing.info/tests/RIASEC.php


      I scored EIS = Enterprising, Investigative, Social
      Enterprising: 39
      Investigative: 37
      Social: 33
      Realistic: 30
      Conventional: 19
      Artistic: 18


      Hopefully seeing the categories before hand won't bias your test results too much. Take the test (48 questions on the publicly available test) and see what you get and then share it on here so we can vicariously learn something too. I think it should be interesting to see one's Holland Code and compare it to their MBTI type.

      This post was edited by CunningLinguist at April 11, 2014 10:56:37 AM PDT
    • April 10, 2014 7:31:42 PM PDT
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      Apparently I am an IAR.

    • April 11, 2014 10:01:51 AM PDT
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      I'm surprised I hadn't heard of this. I tested as SAI. Fairly predictable result for INFP I think.

    • April 11, 2014 10:52:09 AM PDT
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      Cool, cool. Thanks for sharing everyone. :)

      I find it interesting that Chanisihaya highest score was Investigative. I'm not sure it'd jump to the conclusion that Investigative (Holland Code) is the same thing as Thinking or Introversion (in MBTI) but I do see some similar qualities among their descriptions.

      I could see turtles's top score Social being related to the dominant function Feeling but at the same time could see a case made for Extraversion.

      Good stuff. I find it interesting both of your second highest score was Artistic.

      FYI, there's a similar concept of "opposites" in the Holland Code. It's illustrated by a hexagon, I'll just try and sketch it below (though mine will look like a rectangle but you should still get the idea).

      Realistic -------- Investigative
      l l
      l l
      Conventional Artistic
      l l
      l l
      Enterprising ----- Social

      ^^^^^ Basically if there's a line connecting the two types then they have similar interests and the types that are furthest a part of the most different interests. E.g. Realistic types have similar interests with Conventional and Investigative. Investigative types have similar interests with Realistic and Artistic. Artistic types have similar interests with Investigative and Social. Just go around the the rectangle and the two types (on both sides) are the ones with similar interests. The types that are furthest a part have the most different interests. E.g. Realistic and Social; Investigative and Enterprising; Conventional and Artistic. I hope I made sense.

      It might also be worth mentioning the score you got for each category, I'll edit my post to include my. Because in mine my top two scores (Investigative and then Enterprising) are very close to each other.

      And yea, @turtles Holland Codes aren't as popular as MBTI but there is a whole career thing centered around it. You can google your three letter code and it will give you a list of top jobs and usually the jobs have some index number from the U.S. State Department - so you know they're serious. Lmao.

      Edit: The second lines in my rectangle didn't format how I wanted them to. Investigative, Artistic, and Social should all be connected. Sorry for the hassle, here are some pics from google:
      https://www.google.com/search?q=holland+code+hexagon&rlz=1CAHPZZ_enUS580US580&es_sm=122&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=6yxIU8sU57KxBN-UgIgM&ved=0CAgQ_AUoAQ&biw=1366&bih=657

      This post was edited by CunningLinguist at June 21, 2015 2:12:24 PM PDT
    • April 16, 2014 7:27:34 PM PDT
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      Oh, I am not extroverted haha, but I do have a tendency toward social services, as many INFPs do, which is why I assume many INFPs would score the same. My social and artistic scores look almost identical, which is true to life, I'm torn between which are more important to me. It's a shame more people haven't responded to compare results.

    • April 20, 2014 5:05:43 PM PDT
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      I got ASI and scored zero for both conventional and realistic haha. Unsurprising.

    • April 20, 2014 9:15:26 PM PDT
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      Thanks for sharing. I didn't know 0 was possible :P Or maybe that means you just didn't answer any questions (i.e. omitted) the conventional and realistic ones?

      So far only 3 INFPs have replied to the thread and, in terms of your scores, you have A(rtistic) in common. Interesting.

    • April 24, 2014 5:37:24 PM PDT
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      I am AIS and INxP. It was different from what I had expected - IAR - but not too surprising. The link to see related careers for your three-letter code is interesting and helpful.

    • April 25, 2014 3:17:08 AM PDT
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      Interesting. Why did you expect Artistic in your 3 letter code? I'm glad you found the info and links helpful and thought provoking.

      I'm tempted to say, though this may be for another "version" of the test. That if the point difference for two categories is very little (like say under 6) then that means there's actually very little difference or something. Not sure.

    • April 25, 2014 2:59:03 PM PDT
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      I greatly value imagination and creativity, two characteristics of the Artistic type, both in myself and in others. I would think that many/most INFPs also value the same qualities. I like to find unconventional and beautiful ways of understanding the world - sometimes by thinking with metaphors and analogies - and that seems to be line with the Artistic temperament.

      As a generalization, I feel that some traits associated with the Artistic type - like creativity, intuition, openness, and disorderliness - could perhaps be mapped to the values and characteristics of NPs in MBTI.

    • April 25, 2014 3:08:24 PM PDT
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      Yea, I definitely agree it'd be prevalent if not a trait of intuition; I could also see the creative and imaginal aspects as part of the introverted thinking function. I find your description of wanting to understand the "unconventional and beautiful" aspects of the world and conveying this through "metaphors and analogies" as something that resonates with me and what I like to do; I think this little dynamic is also in line with Carl Jung's description of introverted thinking function in his book Psychological Types - maybe not the essence of the whole function but perhaps more a modality.

    • July 14, 2014 2:36:28 PM PDT
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      Just read this now, and I'm a SAC. Sounds vaguley rude! Surprised I'm more social than artistic. Conventional makes me sound dull, but it was my love of numbers coming out. Social won by a long shot, and scored nothing for investigative. I'm such a rubbish INTP :P

    • February 16, 2015 8:49:54 AM PST
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      I scored IAS at http://personality-testing.info/tests/RIASEC.php
      This personality is paired up with antropology, political science, and sociology research, which is exactly the field I am in.
      These results have been more accurate than the test I took at http://www.roguecc.edu/Counseling/HollandCodes/test.asp, where I scored SEI, and was paired with historian, organizational psychology, park naturalist, and school administrator.

    • February 26, 2015 12:20:19 PM PST
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      SER for me, scored exceptionlly high on all 3, others trailed way behind. Fits me rather well, social person, business minded and very practical.

    • March 23, 2015 6:34:01 PM PDT
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      I scored IRA, witj a strong "I" and very close results for the other traits.
      Interestingly enough, my job is listed as IRA-typed.

      I had the same result with another online test, though I came out with a strong S (on the same level as I) and a very weak E.

      Well, this is my first time hearing about that Holland Code, I'll be sure to investigate further.
      Thanks :)

    • April 8, 2015 9:23:52 PM PDT
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      I got

      Z (advocate) 97%
      E (enterprising) 71% / I ( investigative) 71%
      A ( artistic ) 40% / S (social) 40%

      = ZEA. ZIA. ZES. ZIS

      The advocate type (z)
      Advocates types present themselves basically as humanists, who have a sincere desire to
      Contribute to the evolution of the human race. Idealistic, a little ecessive and adventurous. They believe in the evolution of people and the respect of educational values. One could say that these 'righter a of wrongs' have a broad and deep vision of what can be beneficial for all
      Living beings. They are not afraid of difficult fights. They have developed a planetary conscience.

    • June 14, 2015 6:56:34 PM PDT
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      Interesting...I got IAS, although in the past, I've usually scored AIS on that test. Maybe because I'm considering some sort of career in the sciences right now.

    • June 14, 2015 7:37:56 PM PDT
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      ISA

    • June 21, 2015 2:28:23 PM PDT
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      I came out AIS. Which is exactly what I expected based on my preferences, but also based on MBTI. Intuition (A) + Thinking (I) + Extraverted Feeling (S).
      http://personality-testing.info/tests/RIASEC.php
      There was a very clear hierarchy between Artistic, Investigative and Social, with Artistic coming out strongly on top. My Realistic, Conventional and Entrepreneurial scores were very close to each other with Conventional being the highest.

      This post was edited by Cyanara at June 21, 2015 2:55:53 PM PDT
    • June 21, 2015 3:06:34 PM PDT
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      Chakraby said:
      I got Z (advocate) 97% E (enterprising) 71% / I ( investigative) 71% A ( artistic ) 40% / S (social) 40% = ZEA. ZIA. ZES. ZIS The advocate type (z) Advocates types present themselves basically as humanists, who have a sincere desire to Contribute to the evolution of the human race. Idealistic, a little ecessive and adventurous. They believe in the evolution of people and the respect of educational values. One could say that these 'righter a of wrongs' have a broad and deep vision of what can be beneficial for all Living beings. They are not afraid of difficult fights. They have developed a planetary conscience.

      What test did you take that gave you the Z option? I've never heard of it.

    • June 26, 2015 5:26:38 AM PDT
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      I was ASR.
      Using a ruler (as there were no percentages given ????). I was closely...
      A 70
      S 65
      R 50
      I 40
      C less than 10

      Whether than lines up with my ENTP/INTP/whatever else I fluctuated between, I don't know fully. But I do know it is true to me.

    • June 28, 2015 6:26:20 PM PDT
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      @Kelsey: I was also confused. Counselor said is a new term due to the new generations being more environmentally conscientious (GROP test's typologies)

      Z: INTERESTS: Protecting the environment / defending human rights /resources and waste management.
      PERSONAL TRAITS: supportive / daring / passionate / dynamic /committed /outspoken / visionary /persuasive.
      VALUES: Nature /durable development / respect of life / social equality / responsible consuming.


    • June 29, 2015 6:12:30 AM PDT
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      AIE.
      I got zero on Realistic and Conventional. lol

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      Holland Codes anyone? (Like MBTI)

      IAS

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