There are several dimensions that vary depending on their personal beliefs and choices. Some of them are:
- METHODOLOGY: It is both qualitative and quantitative in nature. As it measures both personal potential success and satisfaction with a career and help individual clarify their goals.
- MEASURED ATTRIBUTES: Assessment focuses on an aptitude, skills, values, and individual interest.
- Self-inflicted anger- Directed inwards and generated with feelings of guilt.
- VALIDITY: Many assessment tools lacks validity as evidence of validity is verified empirically. For assessing the appropriate validity, result must be interpreted with caution.gmental anger- generated with feelings of resentment towards other people.
- CAREER ASSESSMENT INTERVIEW: A psychologist who is trained in career counselling can be very important in providing integrated test results.
- STRENGTH AND WEAKNESSES: Career counselling gives information about our strengths and weaknesses which makes it easy for us to choose an appropriate career path.
- GOALS SETTING: It helps in providing both short and long term goals. One of the benefits of setting goals is that it helps to anticipate certain challenges and prepare us for the future changes.
- EXPLORING OPTIONS: A career counselor will assess your interest, help us explore certain options and spend time that will help us by providing insight in choosing appropriate path.
- OPPORTUNITIES: After selecting a career path, counsellor can help identify the best opportunities. This may include planning and preparing for interview, sending applications etc.
- SELF-BRANDING: Career counsellor would help in framing a brand and will use our strengths to strengthen the brand.