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ntroduction to Career Assessment

ntroduction to Career Assessment

(Summary description)

ntroduction to Career Assessment

(Summary description)


Career planning assessment is referred to as career assessment, also known as career testing, which is a prerequisite for career planning. Career planning assessment includes personality, career orientation, potential, talent and other tests.

Through the occupation test, you can clearly understand:

1. What is suitable for you?

2. Why are there such professional problems and what are the root causes that hinder career development?

3. What are the strengths and potential weaknesses?

4. What are the characteristics of personality and talent?

In order to understand yourself comprehensively and deeply, it is clear which working environment is suitable and what kind of work you like to do.

Common vocational assessment modes:

1. Intelligence tendency test: has the dual purpose of examining the level of intelligence (ability) and its structure. On the one hand, different people have different levels of intelligence, and those who choose superior intelligence can expect high performance. On the other hand, people with similar intelligence levels may have different intelligence structures: some are good at speech understanding, processing, and expression, some are good at digital processing, and some are good at analyzing and processing images. People with different intellectual structures are adapted to different types of work.

2. Personality test: It is used to measure the unique and stable way of thinking and behavior style of the job-seeking individual and others. These characteristics may affect the job-seeker's work performance, work style and habits.

3. Career interest test: Different people's interests in work and life can be classified according to the three basic content elements of people, concepts and materials, and all occupations and jobs in society are also centered around these three elements. Occupational interest tests designed based on this theoretical idea can be matched between individual interests and occupations.

4. Career values ​​and motivation test: to understand the values ​​and driving forces that individuals value in their career development, that is, "what do you want". The so-called motivation refers to the special mental state and desire caused by a specific need to meet that need. Through motivation test, you can understand the characteristics of individuals' working life, so as to find the basis and way to motivate them, and use this as a basis to arrange the corresponding work content.

5. Vocational ability test: To examine the individual's basic or special ability qualities, such as your logical reasoning ability and oral expression ability, that is, "what are you good at."

6. Occupational personality test: Investigate personal and occupational personality characteristics, namely "what kind of person are you?"

7. Career development assessment test: mainly to evaluate job search skills, career development stage, etc.

The most important thing is to "know yourself!", to understand yourself, what you will do, what you can do, what you are good at, and then evaluate your comprehensive ability through career evaluation, so as to understand your own value in the workplace and accurately locate your goals. , Formulate a feasible plan in a targeted manner, and better plan your career development path.

Many people are looking for a job and have no plans for the future. They are at a loss. How can they make the best use of their strengths and strengths?

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