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Personality Mosaic Types

Realistic (R):

Doer types like jobs such as automobile mechanic, air traffic controller, surveyor, farmer electrician. They like to work outdoors and to work with tools. They prefer to deal with things rather than with people. They are described as:

 

 conforming  humble    natural
 shy  frank  materialistic
 persistent  stable  honest
 modest  practical  thrifty

 

Social (s):

Helper types like jobs such as teacher, clergy, counselor, nurse, personnel
director, speech therapist. They are sociable, responsible, and concerned with .the welfare of others. They have little interest in machinery or physical skills.
They are described as:


 convincing  generous  insightful  sociable  cooperative  helpful  kind  tactful  friendly

 idealistic  responsible

 understanding

 

Investigative (I):

Problem Solver types like jobs such as biologist, chemist, physicist,
anthropologist, geologist, medical technologist. They are task oriented and
prefer to work alone. They enjoy solving abstract problems and understanding
the physical world. They are described as:


 analytical  curious  introverted  precise  cautious  independent  methodical  rational  critical intellectual  modest reserved
 Creator

 

Enterprising (E):

Persuader typeslike jobs such as salesperson, manager, business executive,
television producer, sports promoter, buyer. They enjoy leading, speaking, and
selling. They are impatient with precise work. They are described as:


 adventurous  domineering

 optimistic risk-taking

 ambitious  energetic  sociable  pleasure-seeking  self-confident  impulsive  popular  

 attention-getting

Artistic (A):

Creator types like jobs such as composer, musician, stage director, writer,
interior designer, actor/actress. They like to work in artistic settings that offer
opportunities for self-expression. They are described as:
 complicated  expressive

 impractical  intuitive  disorderly  idealistic  impulsive 

nonconforming  emotional

 imaginative independent

original

 


Conventional (C):

Organizer types like jobs as bookkeeper, stenographer, instrument assembler, banker, construction estimator, tax expert. They prefer highly ordered activities, both verbal and numerical, that characterizes office work. They have little interest in artistic or physical skills. They are described as:


 careful  conservative  obedient  practical  conforming  efficient  orderly  self-controlled
conscientious inhibited  persistent unimaginative

 

 

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