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Holland Codes Reference Books

There are four Holland Codes Reference Books that provide in depth information on Holland Codes and occupations.

50 Best Jobs for Your Personality is useful for –

  • Career Exploration
  • College Major Exploration
  • Career Planning
  • Career Transition
  • Occupational Information
  • Career Counseling
  • Career Assessment
  • Career Decision-Making
  • Holland Codes

50 Best Jobs for Your Personality is the following information –

  • Holland Code Personality Assessment
  • Holland Codes matched to Best Job Lists with Highest Pay, Fastest Growth, and Most Openings
  • Holland Codes matched to Best Jobs sorted by Education, e.g. Associates’ Degree, Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree, Doctoral Degree, and Job Training
  • Holland Codes matched to Best Jobs with a High Percentage of Women and Men
  • Holland Codes matched to Best Jobs with a High Percentage of Workers Ages 16-24 or Ages 65 and Over
  • Holland Codes matched to Best Jobs with a High Percentage of Part-Time or Self-Employed Workers

Dictionary of Holland Occupational Codes is the major reference book for Holland Codes and occupations. The Dictionary of Holland Occupational Codes lists Holland Codes for 12,860 Occupations.

Holland Career Materials: A Practitioner’s Guide is a book that provides practical applications for the Holland Code Career Model. The Holland Career Materials: A Practitioner’s Guide discusses –

  • Introduction to Holland RIASEC Model
  • Relationship to other career theories, e.g. Cognitive Information Processing (CIP)
  • Detailed descriptions, comparisons, and uses of the four SDS forms (R,E, CP, and CE)
  • Other Holland Code career guidance materials

Making Vocational Choices presents the fundamentals of the Holland Code Career Model. Making Vocational Choices has information on –

  • Explanation of vocational behavior
  • Practical ideas to help people select jobs, change jobs, and attain vocational satisifaction
  • Explanation of six personality types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social Enterprisiing, and Conventional
  • Listing of personality type activities, skills, talents, model environments, and person-environment interactions

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