Practical person who is likely to be interested in roles that involve physical dexterity or activity, and who likes to solve problems by trying things out rather than sitting and thinking through options.
Investigative person who is more likely to take a theoretical than practical approach to solving problems. 'Investigative' people like to work with data and information, and prefer to think things through and make decisions based on the facts rather than operating from hunches.
Creative person who tends to like working imaginatively with ideas and concepts and trying out new ways of doing things – whether a new art technique or a new way of understanding information. People in this category tend to dislike structure and rules, and will often enjoy working with people.
Social person who tends to enjoy helping people. ‘Social’ people are more likely to enjoy working directly with others and building relationships, and tend to most enjoy activities where they can show their caring nature and do work that helps others.
Enterprising person, who tends to enjoy presenting persuading, making arguments and leading others. ‘Enterprising’ people are likely to enjoy working with people in a leadership role, are good at communicating and persuading other people. They may be quite ambitious.
Organised person, who tends to be data focused and methodical. ’Organised’ people are likely to enjoy working within clear guidelines, and enjoy bringing order to data or objects. They may be less likely to enjoy working with people or in roles with little structure or order.