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Career Fit (Vocational Style & Personality) Assessment


Purpose: VoSPA is designed to assess a person’s interests, values, and preferences surrounding his or her career. It will provide information about what motivates and interests a person, and offers career suggestions that best suit his or her profile.


No. of questions: 260

Question type: Self-assessment, situational

Estimated completion time: 120 minutes

Shorter versions of assessment: N/A


Report Includes:

  • Introduction

  • Graphs

  • Detailed narrative interpretation

  • Career matches


Factors and Scales:

5 factors divided into 31 scales:

  • Career Interests: This encompasses the type of tasks a person would enjoy doing on a daily basis – the general “theme” of a typical workday. These interests are known as the Holland Codes.

  • Intelligence Types: Based on Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences. Assesses areas of intelligence in which a person excels.

  • Work Orientation: The basis of a person’s job preferences. Provides a general overview of the type of career path that best suits a person’s preferences and strengths.

  • Work Styles: Characterizes the type of employee a person would be – what drives him or her, and the type of assets he/she would bring to a company.

  • Work Values: Assesses what is important for a person to achieve in his/her career, and the type of characteristics he/she might look for in a company. The type of assets he/she would bring to a company.



  • Career guidance

  • Professional development

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