Interest In Job Content

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.

8 Abstract, Innovative, Creative Activities: brainstorming orientation in which ideas trigger more ideas; mind inclined toward ideas, concepts, hypothesis, theories, options, and strategies; intuitive, and creative.

Abstract, innovative, creative activities requiring brainstorming activity where ideas trigger new ideas. This relies on spontaneous intuition, imagination and creativity. It requires mental activity oriented toward abstract, theory, fantasy, symbolism, hypothesis, essence, and aesthetics.

High motivation indicates that this person is perceptually, subconsciously, and consciously aware of fantasy, symbols, and symbolic relationships, abstract ideas, options, and choice of options as they relate to creative or innovative activities. Perception triggers ideas in this person's mind, a process which just happens-a process often called intuition.
Along with other mental activities, a moderate motivation indicates that this person is aware of abstract ideas and concepts. Ideas about new or different ways of doing things is commonly called innovating or inventing. Rather than creating in ways unrelated to present or past activity, a moderate motivation indicates that this person uses an abstract, innovative, and/or creative aptitude, to extend or expand what already exists.
Low motivation indicates that this person's mind is oriented toward fact, reality, and tangible processes. Perceptions, thinking, and expression are not related to intangibles, abstract ideas, theories, fiction, hypothesis, etc. Instead, logical, analytical, computational, administrative, clerical, operational, and/or sensory/physical activities fit this person's talent.