The Interest section identifies the ideal job content for this person by identifying the human talents, called Worker Traits, which he/she brings to the job. These talents are listed in their order of motivational priority and are central to the vocational potential of an individual. Typically, what one wants to do is that which he/she is most likely to do. If it is done often enough, (including training for it) the interest will turn into real skills, and then, he/she will stay on that job.
1 Physical work with materials, tools, equipment: Work that is primarily sensory/physical, where the person is handling materials, tools, machines or equipment. It usually means working with tangible objects on a routine basis.
Physical work with materials, tools, equipment requiring craft activity; more sensory/physical than mental. Much or most of processing work fits this physical classification. So does machine and/or equipment operation.
|High motivation indicates that this person has the interest and skill for physically working with things and objects. Work of this sort is more sensory and physical than mental. When working with machines or equipment, timing, dexterity, coordination and visual skills are important. Much of the activity is outdoors or where environmental conditions aren't well controlled to assure physical comfort. A high motivation indicates that this person relies on the natural talent, which has been developed since birth, for the ability and savvy to do such work.|
|Moderate motivation indicates that this person has the aptitude for physically working with things and objects. But that activity is probably secondary to more important activity, or as a minor a part of it-such as operating a vehicle as a part of your work. It is an asset to be handy with one's physical talents, tools, appliances, etc.|
|Low motivation indicates that this person has little interest in physically working with things and objects as a primary or important a part of work or recreation. Other activities carry a higher priority. Sensory/physical talents have probably not been developed to skill levels.|