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Hands on

Hands-on people like to figure out how things work. They enjoy using tools, machines and equipment. They like the outdoors, physical activity and concrete results. They see themselves as self-sufficient and resourceful "fix-its."

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Inquisitive

Inquisitive people like to solve problems by using their minds. They like math and science. They enjoy researching and analyzing facts. They see themselves as being good at figuring out how and why things happen.

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Creative

Creative people are unconventional, innovative and prefer variety. They enjoy unstructured time. They look for ways to express themselves imaginatively, which may be through writing, designing or performing. They see themselves as independent and expressive.

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Helping

Helping people are motivated by knowing what makes other people tick. Concerned about the welfare of others, they like teaching and guiding. They are good listeners and empathetic. They see themselves as assisting others' growth by being supportive.

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Influential

Influential people enjoy managing or inspiring others. Usually the leaders in a group, they like to achieve goals and influence the way work gets done. They are often interested in business, sales or event management. They see themselves as enthusiastic achievers.

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Organized

Organized people are drawn to the sorting of data, people or things. They like to make sense of information. They enjoy activities that require attention to detail. Systems, to-do lists and clear routines are important. They see themselves as orderly and dependable.

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