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o*net, interest profiler, Instrument, a tool for career exploration, 2000

o*net, interest profiler, Instrument, a tool for career exploration, 2000

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
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Open LibraryOL22419922M

Course: GS / “Finding Your Vocation.” This 2-credit seminary-style course, offered every quarter, will help you come to know yourself better and sense God’s call on your life. You will learn to use reflective writing and tools for discernment and prayer in . The O*NET Interest Profiler Short Form is a web-based vocational interest assessment instrument. Users receive an accurate, reliable profile of their vocational interests that: helps them identify their work-related interests, focuses career search activities, and; enables them to link their vocational interests to O*NET-SOC occupations.

The Interest Profiler (career interest assessment) helps you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work. It does this by asking you to answer questions that represent important interest areas. Your Interest Profiler scores will help you identify your strongest work-related interests. In , JIST developed its own version of the O*NET Interest Profiler in an attempt to build upon the efforts of the Department of Labor and make the assessments more user-friendly. The O*NET Career Interests Inventory was an adaptation of the O*NET Interest Profiler.

Shipping list no.: P."America's Workforce Network"--Cover."O*NET" of access: Internet Topics: Career development, Vocational guidance, Occupations. The Interest Profiler is adapted from the O*NET ® Interest Profiler Short Form, a shorter web-based version of the O*NET Interest Profiler. Both interest assessment instruments are part of the Career Exploration Tools owned by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration (DOL/ETA).


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Taken the Interest Profiler before. Welcome to the O*NET Interest Profiler. The O*NET Interest Profiler can help you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.

You can find out what you like to do. The O*NET Interest Profiler helps you decide what kinds of careers you might want to explore. On each screen, click the Next button at the. Get this from a library.

Interest profiler: instrument, a tool for career exploration. [United States. Employment and Training Administration.;].

O*Net Version Interest Profiler, Score Report [Employment and Training Administration Labor Dept.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Provides a self-assessment career exploration tool. Designed for use with the O*NET Interest Profiler: Instrument. Helps users understand what their results mean and how to link them to O*NET occupations.

THE O*NET CAREER EXPLORATION TOOLS As you explore your career options, you should know that other tools will be available to help you. The Interest Profiler a tool for career exploration just one of five O*NET Career Exploration Tools.

The other tools are: The Computerized Instrument Profiler — helps you find out what your work-related interests are. The Interest Profiler is a self-assessment career exploration tool that can help individuals discover the type of work activities and occupations they would like and find exciting and use their interest results o*net explore the world of work; the Profiler includes: a User's Guide, Instrument, Score Report, and O*NET[TM] Occupations Master List.

The O*NET Career Exploration Tools may be redistributed or used to develop other assessments under a choice of licenses.

See the Career Exploration Tools License page for more information. The O*NET Interest Profiler is a self-assessment, career exploration tool that can help you discover the type of a Job Zone section, a Score Report and a Career List.

The instrument uses your Score Report along with your level of preparation to direct you toward occupations that most closely match your interests. Ability Profiler. This O*NET instrument is a career exploration tool that helps clients plan their work lives. Individuals can use O*NET Ability Profiler results to identify their strengths and areas for which they might want to receive more training and education and identify occupations that fit their strengths.

Campbell Interest and Skill Survey. CareerOneStop's Interest Assessment is based on O*NET's Mini Interest Profiler. For a more in-depth assessment, visit the O*NET Interest Profiler on My Next Move.

It has 60 questions and will use your answers to give you a list of careers that might be a good fit for you. The California CareerZone helps students, educators, jobseekers, and others access up-to-date information on wages, job openings, and other information specific to their state along with great information on careers, colleges, and more.

help you. The Work Importance Locatoris just one of five O*NET Career Exploration Tools. The other tools are: The Work Importance Profiler—a computer-based version of the Work Importance Locator, it helps you decide what is important to you in a job.

It can help you identify occupations that you may find satisfying. The Computerized Interest. Career Cluster Guide has modified all of, a portion of, or the purpose of the O*NET(TM) Career Exploration Tools. The Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration ("DOL/ETA") has not approved, endorsed or tested the modified O*NET Career Exploration Tools or any products incorporating or containing the modified O*NET Career.

Before investing time and money in education, training and licensing for a career you aren't certain you will love, take the O*NET Interest Profiler assessment to see what your core job interests are and how they line up with existing career fields.

Basing your initial career search on core interests can lead to the career that best matches the types of tasks you enjoy.

My Next Move helps new job seekers, students, and other career explorers investigate over occupations. The interactive web-based tool contains easy ways to search careers. The O*NET Interest Profiler is an online test which matches the user's interests and level of work experience to matching careers.

Easy to read occupational reports include the most critical on-the-job. The Career Interest Profiler (CIP) measures six traits and suggests top careers that fit the test taker's interests. The report includes job descriptions, links to O-Net and NOC databases, as well as, helpful information and exercises for further career exploration.

O*Net Interest Profiler. The O*NET Interest Profiler is a self-assessment, career exploration tool that can help you discover the type of work activities and occupations that you may like and find exciting.

It is composed of 60 items describing work activities that represent a wide variety of occupations as well as a broad range of training levels. O*Net Interest Profiler. The O*NET Interest Profiler can help you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work. You can find out what you like to do.

Princeton Review Career Quiz. Get a profile of who you are and careers to consider. authorized for career exploration, career planning, and career counseling purposes only. Each O*NET Career Exploration Tool must be used consistent with its own “User’s Guide.” No other use of these tools or any part of the tools is valid or authorized.

All users are bound by the terms of “Special Notice: User’s Agreement.” If you. o*net Interest Profiler The Interest Profiler (career interest assessment) helps you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.

It does this by asking you to answer questions that represent important interest areas. Your Interest Profiler scores will help you identify your strongest work-related interests. Welcome to your tool for career exploration and job analysis.

O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more. Keyword or O*NET-SOC Code: Browse groups of similar occupations to explore careers. Choose from industry, field of work. The O*NET Interest Profiler is a vocational assessment instrument that suggests careers based on work activity preferences.

Four resources provide the functionality of the Interest Profiler: Short Form Questions returns the list of questions asked in the assessment. For mobile applications desiring a shorter questions list, a Mini-IP question variant is available.The Career Interest Profiler (CIP) measures six traits and suggests top careers that fit the test taker’s interests.

Unlike many interest inventories that focus on professional careers, the Career Interest Profiler offers a substantial number of vocational/technical occupations that do not require a college or university degree, as well.The O*NET site, and My Next Move, of which it is a part, can offer such extensive resources for free because they’re are funded by the Department of Labor.

They’re one of the most important on-line resources you can access in the process of career development. The O*NET Interest Profiler can be found here. MAPP.