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Strong Interest Inventory Profile and Interpretive Report
Interpretive Report developed by Judith Grutter and Allen L. Hammer


Report prepared for

April 17, 2008

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Strong Interest Inventory® Profile

Date taken 4.17.2008 F

HOW THE STRONG CAN HELP YOU The Strong Interest Inventory® instrument is a powerful toolthat can help you make satisfying decisions about your career and education. Whether you are just starting out in your career, thinking about a change, or considering education options for career preparation, you can benefit from the wealth of information reflected in your Strong results. Understanding your Strong Profile can help you identify a career focus and begin your career planning andexploration process. Keep in mind that the Strong measures interests, not skills or abilities, and that the results can help guide you toward rewarding careers, work activities, education programs, and leisure activities—all based on your interests. As you review your Profile, remember that managing your career is not a one-time decision but a series of decisions made over your lifetime.
HOW YOU WILLBENEFIT The Strong can be a valuable tool in helping you identify your interests, enabling you to HOW YOUR RESULTS ARE ORGANIZED Section 1. General Occupational Themes Describes your interests, work activities, potential skills, and personal values in six broad areas: Realistic (R), Investigative (I), Artistic (A), Social (S), Enterprising (E), and Conventional (C). Section 2. Basic InterestScales Identifies specific interest areas within the six General Occupational Themes, indicating areas likely to be most motivating and rewarding for you. Section 3. Occupational Scales Compares your likes and dislikes with those of people who are satisfied working in various occupations, indicating your likely compatibility of interests. Section 4. Personal Style Scales Describes preferences relatedto work style, learning, leadership, risk taking, and teamwork, providing insight into work and education environments most likely to fit you best. Section 5. Profile Summary Provides a graphic snapshot of Profile results for immediate, easy reference. Section 6. Response Summary Summarizes your responses within each category of Strong items, providing interpretive data useful to your careerprofessional.

· Achieve satisfaction in your work · Identify career options consistent with your interests · Choose appropriate education and training relevant to
your interests

· Maintain balance between your work and leisure activities · Understand aspects of your personality most closely
associated with your interests

· Determine your preferred learning environments · Learn about yourpreferences for leadership, risk taking,
and teamwork

· Use interests in shaping your career direction · Decide on a focus for the future · Direct your own career exploration at various stages in
your life

Note to professional: Check the Response Summary on page 9 of the Profile before beginning your interpretation.

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Strong Interest Inventory® Profile



The General Occupational Themes (GOTs) measure six broad interest patterns that can be used to describe your work personality. Most people’s interests are reflected by two or three Themes, combined to form a cluster of interests. Work activities, potential...