Holland Test

The Holland Code (RIASEC) Career Test

The Holland Code (RIASEC) Career Test is a person-centered theory that focuses on career and career choice. The test groups people based on six job categories. These six categories produce the acronym RIASEC, for which the theory is also known. John L. Holland developed the theory during the beginning of his career in the 1950s, and ratings have become dominant in the field of career counseling and have been incorporated into the most commonly used assessments.

Test instructions

The test consists of 60 tasks that you must rate based on how much you enjoy performing each of them on a scale of hate and liking. The test will take five to ten minutes to complete.

How to participate in it

This test is provided for educational and support use only. It should not be used as psychological advice or for any other purpose. Your response may be recorded and used anonymously (without revealing the identity) for research purposes.

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