This is a tool to help you search for careers that fit your career type, based on the RIASEC model created by Dr. John Holland. If you don't know your career type, take the career quiz to figure it out!
You can use this tool to find careers that match your top interest areas, while filtering out careers in areas that you have little or no interest in.
You can click on any of the table headers (for example, Average Earnings) to sort your results by that value.
|Computer Hardware Engineer||Building, Thinking, Organizing||
Computer hardware engineers research, design, develop, and test computer systems and components such as processors, circuit boards, memory devices, networks, and routers.
|Computer Network Architect||Building, Thinking, Organizing||
Computer network architects design and build data communication networks, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and Intranets. These networks range from small connections between two offices to next-generation networking capabilities such as a cloud infrastructure that serves multiple customers. Network architects must have extensive knowledge of an organization’s business plan to design a network that can help the organization achieve its goals.
|Computer or Information Research Scientist||Building, Thinking, Creating||
Computer and information research scientists design innovative uses for new and existing technology. They study and solve complex problems in computing for business, science, medicine, and other fields.
|Computer Programmer||Thinking, Organizing||
Computer programmers write, modify, and test code and scripts that allow computer software and applications to function properly. They turn the designs created by software developers and engineers into instructions that a computer can follow. In addition, programmers run tests to ensure that newly created applications and software produce the expected results. If the products do not work correctly, programmers check the code or scripts for mistakes and modify them.
|Computer Support Specialist||Building, Thinking, Organizing||
Computer support specialists assist computer users and organizations. These specialists either maintain computer networks or provide technical help directly to computer users.
|Computer Systems Analyst||Building, Thinking, Organizing||
Computer systems analysts, sometimes called systems architects, study an organization’s current computer systems and procedures and design improvements to them. In doing so, these analysts help the organization operate more efficiently.
|Conservation Scientist or Forester||Building, Thinking, Persuading||
Conservation scientists and foresters manage the overall land quality of forests, parks, rangelands, and other natural resources.
|Construction Equipment Operator||Building, Thinking, Organizing||
Construction equipment operators drive, maneuver, or control the heavy machinery used to construct roads, bridges, buildings, and other structures.
|Construction Laborer or Helper||Building, Organizing||
Construction laborers and helpers perform many tasks that require physical labor on construction sites.
|Construction Manager||Building, Persuading, Organizing||
Construction managers plan, coordinate, budget, and supervise construction projects from start to finish.
|Construction or Building Inspector||Building, Thinking, Organizing||
Construction and building inspectors ensure that construction meets local and national building codes and ordinances, zoning regulations, and contract specifications.
|Cook||Building, Persuading, Organizing||
Cooks season and prepare foods, including soups, salads, entrees, and desserts.
|Correctional Officer||Building, Persuading, Organizing||
Correctional officers are responsible for overseeing individuals who have been arrested and are awaiting trial or who have been sentenced to serve time in jail or prison. Bailiffs, also known as marshals or court officers, are law enforcement officers who maintain safety and order in courtrooms. Their duties, which vary by court, include enforcing courtroom rules, assisting judges, guarding juries, delivering court documents, and providing general security for courthouses.
|Cost Estimator||Persuading, Organizing||
Cost estimators collect and analyze data in order to assess the time, money, materials, and labor required to manufacture a product, construct a building, or provide a service. They generally specialize in a particular product or industry.
|Court Reporter||Persuading, Organizing||
Court reporters create word-for-word transcriptions at trials, depositions, administrative hearings, and other legal proceedings. Simultaneous captioners provide similar transcriptions for television or for presentations in other settings, such as press conferences and business meetings, for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
|Craft or Fine Artist||Building, Creating, Persuading||
Craft and fine artists use a variety of materials and techniques to create original works of art for sale and exhibition. Craft artists create objects, such as pottery, glassware, and textiles, that are designed to be functional. Fine artists, including painters, sculptors, and illustrators, create pieces of art more for aesthetics than for function.
|Customer Service Representative||Helping, Persuading, Organizing||
Customer service representatives work with customers to resolve complaints, process orders, and provide information about an organization’s products and services.
|Dancer or Choreographer||Building, Creating||
Dancers and choreographers use dance performances to express ideas and stories. There are many types of dance, such as ballet, tango, modern dance, tap, and jazz.
|Database Administrator||Thinking, Organizing||
Database administrators and architects create or organize systems to store and secure a variety of data, such as financial information and customer shipping records. They also make sure that the data are available to authorized users.
|Delivery Truck Driver or Driver/Sales Worker||Building, Persuading||
Delivery truck drivers and driver/sales workers pick up, transport, and drop off packages and small shipments within a local region or urban area. They drive trucks weighing less than 26,001 pounds total for vehicle, passengers, and cargo. Delivery truck drivers usually transport merchandise from a distribution center to businesses and households.