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Holland Codes are a set of traits that measure your interest in broadly defined groups of activities.
Career tests and personality tests, while broadly very similar, are distinguished mostly by which traits they measure, and by their output.
Your career test results are unique to you, because we look at what makes you unique. And because we compare your personality to over 700 careers, your list of recommendations will never be the same as anyone else on the planet.
The CareerExplorer career test was written by a team of psychologists with years of experience in the field of Psychometrics. Our questions and algorithms are unique to CareerExplorer, but are built on decades of study and development in cognitive ability testing. We use information from several sources for our career reports, including data from the U.S. Department of Labor, the UK Government, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and data from our in-house content team.