Measures curiosity and motivation.
Measure ability and strengths.
Delivers administrative control and reports.
The Interest Inventory measures what sparks job seekers’ enthusiasm, curiosity, and motivation. It consists of 141 questions tied to 12 interest areas. Specifically, you learn:
- What fields they are drawn to, such as business, artistic fields, science, or manufacturing.
- What roles they are drawn to, such as leadership, sales, or hands-on production.
- How they like to work with others. For example, do they see themselves as service providers supporting or protecting people, administrators crunching numbers or organizing paperwork, or as hands-on workers, rolling up their sleeves and building things?
The Aptitide Excercises measure how capable they already are doing specific tasks, regardless of existing on-the-job experience. Aptitude is more fundamental than work experience because it measures what they are likely to excel at based on their current abilities.
Your client completes 7 modules that evaluate how well they understand patterns, attention to detail, written language, math, forms and shapes.
Our administrative portal gives you and your colleagues the ability to manage individual assessments and view individual results, reports, and recommendations.
CareerScope’s platform analyzes a person’s specific interests and aptitudes to recommend careers and specific job titles where they have the most potential for success.
Our career recommendation engine pulls from three datasources:
U.S. Dept. of Labor GOE/DOT Classification
The Guide for Occupational Exploration and Dictionary of Occupational Titles datasources maximize the benefit of the full interest spectrum.
U.S. Dept. of Labor O*NET Database
Occupational Information Network contains hundreds of job definitions.
U.S. Dept. of Education’s Career Cluster and Pathway System
Delivers industry-specific clusters, pathways, and specialties.