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O*NET Interest Profiler: Score Report

Your interest results:

Realistic 18
Investigative 21
Artistic 28
Social 15
Enterprising 17
Conventional 28

Your score: 18

People with Realistic interests like work that includes practical, hands-on problems and answers. Often people with Realistic interests do not like careers that involve paperwork or working closely with others.

They like:

  • Working with plants and animals
  • Real-world materials like wood, tools, and machinery
  • Outside work

Your score: 21

People with Investigative interests like work that has to do with ideas and thinking rather than physical activity or leading people.

They like:

  • Searching for facts
  • Figuring out problems

Your score: 28

People with Artistic interests like work that deals with the artistic side of things, such as acting, music, art, and design.

They like:

  • Creativity in their work
  • Work that can be done without following a set of rules

Your score: 15

People with Social interests like working with others to help them learn and grow. They like working with people more than working with objects, machines, or information.

They like:

  • Teaching
  • Giving advice
  • Helping and being of service to people

Your score: 17

People with Enterprising interests like work that has to do with starting up and carrying out business projects. These people like taking action rather than thinking about things.

They like:

  • Persuading and leading people
  • Making decisions
  • Taking risks for profits

Your score: 28

People with Conventional interests like work that follows set procedures and routines. They prefer working with information and paying attention to details rather than working with ideas.

They like:

  • Working with clear rules
  • Following a strong leader

Special Notice: Proper Use of O*NET Interest Profiler Results

You should use your O*NET Interest Profiler results to explore the world of work and identify careers that may satisfy what is important to you in a job-your interests. You will be able to look at the interests satisfied by careers and compare them to your own interests. Talk to a vocational/employment counselor or teacher for more help on how to use your O*NET Interest Profiler results.

Your O*NET Interest Profiler results should not be used for employment or hiring decisions. Employers, education programs, or other job-related programs should not use your results as part of a screening process for jobs or training.

If you think that your O*NET Interest Profiler results are being used incorrectly, talk to your vocational/employment counselor, teacher, or program administrator. You also can contact the National Center for O*NET Development for assistance via email: O*NET Customer Service (