The TALENTBRÜCKE – Career Interest Survey is an empirically tested questionnaire for recording professional interests. It is based on the theoretical basis of Dr. John L. Holland’s hexagonal career choice model.
The career interest test can be quickly evaluated with the help of the TALENTBRÜCKE – Software. The questionnaire contains 60 items that cover the following areas of interest:
- crafts-technical area (realistic)
- research-scientific area (inventional)
- creative-artistic area (creative)
- social field (social)
- entrepreneurial-commercial area (entrepreneurial)
- order-managing area (conventional)
As a result of the TALENTBRÜCKE – Career Interest Survey, an individual interest profile is created which can be used to identify interesting professional fields for the participant.
The TALENTBRÜCKE – Career Interest Survey is currently available in the following 23 languages:
Albanian, Arabic, Bulgarian, Croatian, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Kurdish (Kurmanji – Latin script), Pashtun, Persian (Dari / Farsi), Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Swedish, Serbian, Spanish, Turkish and Urdu
The TALENTBRÜCKE – Career Interest Survey is available for 1,10 Euro (excluding taxes) per sheet. The evaluation is carried out with the TALENTBRÜCKE software. Learn more… Order here! (Excel form)
All advantages at a glance
- single execution or in the system of several test procedures
The TALENTBRÜCKE career interest test is suitable for individual implementation, for integration into an overall system, for example an existing potential analysis or in the TALENTBRÜCKE method for a one-day potential analysis.
- Easy to use
The use of evaluation software means that no templates are required.
The test is available in different languages. Also ideal for native speakers.
- Fast – Modern – Up to date – Scientifically sound
60 job descriptions are processed in approx. 15-20 minutes. The TALENTBRÜCKE – Career Interest Survey is adapted to the language of young people. Current job titles are stored. The TALENTBRÜCKE – Career Interest Survey is based on the globally recognized hexagonal model of John L. Holland.