Find a Job Career Test

Self Directed Search

When searching for the right career, there are so many options and decisions. One of those decisions is selecting the right career test. has tools that will help you to make the right decisions.

A Holland Code job career test helps you find career job opportunities, career job descriptions, and career search sites. With a job career test, you test your own job aptitude.

To select the right career assessment, look at the following factors -

  • Format - printed and interest resources, CD-ROM,
  • Types: Job career questionnaire test, job personality tests, career job finders, career counseling tests, career placement test, career assessment tests, and career choice tests
  • Cost - $10, $12, $15, $20, or more per assessment
  • Resources that are available - Career job descriptions, career job opportunities, college majors information, job finder resources, career clusters information, holland code careers
  • Grade Levels

Holland career self assessment tests use Holland Codes to link vocational interests to job families. Holland assessments use a two or three-letter RIASEC or Holland Occupational Codes. Different Holland Code job career questionnaire tests provide information on the relationship between job personalities and key characteristics, college majors, hobbies, abilities, and related careers.

Features of Career Tests

Here are the features of some career tests.

Explore Careers and College Majors
Format: On-Line
Reading Level: Youth/ Adult
Subject Area: Holland Codes, Interests, Abilities/Skills, Values
Databases: Occupations and Colleges/ Universities

Self Directed Search (Form R, Form E, Form Career Explorer)
Format:  On-Line
Reading Level: Youth/ Adult/ Children
Subject Area: Holland Codes, Interests, Occupations

Strong Interest Inventory®
Format: On-Line
Reading Level: Youth/ Adult
Subject Area: Holland Codes, Interests, Occupations

Career Tests

The Holland Code career self assessment tests are:

Comprehensive, Validated, Reliable Tests:

Low Cost, Informal Tests:

Children, Limited Reading Ability, or Special Needs Tests:

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