The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Keirsey Temperament Sorter and Strong Interest Inventory are different types of career assessment tests. These assessments look at many areas, including strengths and interests, to suggest a compatible career option.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator evaluates personality and psychological characteristics to help individuals find possible career paths or college majors that suit them. This test identifies strengths and areas of interest to find a career based around those positive aspects. As of August 2015, more than two million people take this test every year and are provided with results that allow them to find the best personal and psychological fits in their fields of interest. The test also provides individuals with an outcome that matches work environments and conditions with their personal preferences.
The Strong Interest Inventory is a psychological career assessment test with 291 questions that evaluate professional and personality interests. The test features variations for both students and those with an established career in a particular area of interest.
The Keirsey Temperament Sorter assesses both psychological and personality responses and then groups the results into four different temperaments, which are then split by eight role types. This test can also determine work satisfaction and productivity by focusing primarily on observable behaviors.