6 Compare: Recognize Important Factors For Use: specifically identifying each thing, then comparing it with other things; perception and analysis of the relationship of parts with parts, sometimes relationship of parts to the whole; assessing similarities, differences, tolerances, quality, etc. This is very often a function directly interactive with Synthesizing and Analyzing; if so, it means comparing pieces of the picture with the big picture. (See P, Sensory/Mental Awareness of Pieces of The Picture in the Aptitude For the Job section.)
Compare: recognize important factors for use required to see importance and utility of pieces of the picture; analyze and match fact, data, procedures, systems; fit pieces of the picture into the big pictureor fit pieces with pieces in the context of the big picture.
A high motivation indicates that this person has excellent skill for identifying factors which are important for vocational use. comparing includes:
|Moderate motivation indicates that this person has ability to recognize and identify (or classify) important factors related to the context, content, operations and objectives of projects. Emphasis is on utility. This is an important Worker Trait for research, technical activities, systems engineering, operations management, and administrative activity.|
|Low motivation indicates that this person is not curious about where things could be used, where they fit, or how they could be fit together in new ways. Instead, things are seen as they are, in abstraction, without regard to linkage or relationship with other things.|