Work-RelatedValuesAssessment

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Work-Related Values Assessment

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Instructions: This checklist provides a variety of values that different people find to be important in finding work satisfaction. Read each item carefully and put a checkmark next to those that are important to you, or that you feel would be important for you to have in a future job. When you are done, go back over the list and put a double checkmark beside the items that you consider most important.

ACHIEVEMENT: Attaining mastery of a field, self-advancement, growth.
ADVENTURE: Working in a job that requires taking risks.
ALTRUISM: Devotion to the welfare of or service to others. Satisfaction garnered through pursuit of a greater good.
AUTHORITY: Working in a job in which you use your position to control others.
CHALLENGE: Handling difficult or complex work.
COMPETITION: Working in a job in which you compete with others.
COWORKERS: Contact with colleagues that promotes a sense of belonging.
CREATIVITY AND SELF-EXPRESSION: Working in a job in which you use your imagination to find new ways to do or say something.
FLEXIBLE WORK SCHEDULE: Working in a job where you choose the work hours.
HELPING OTHERS: Working in a job in which your provide direct services to persons with problems.
HIGH SALARY: Working in a job where many workers earn a large amount of money.
INDEPENDENCE: Working in a job in which you decide for yourself what work to do and how to do it.
INFLUENCING OTHERS: Working in a job in which you influence the opinions or decisions of others.
INTELLECTUAL STIMULATION: Working in a job which requires a considerable amount of thought and reasoning.
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS: Being with other employees, colleagues.
LEADERSHIP: Working in a job in which you direct, manage, or supervise the activities of others
MORAL VALUES: Behaving in a way consistent with some moral code.
OUTSIDE WORK: Working out-of doors.
PERSUADING: Working in a job in which you personally convince others to take certain actions.
PHYSICAL WORK: Working in a job which gives you status and respect in the community.
PRESTIGE: Working in a job which gives you status and respect in the community.
PUBLIC ATTENTION: Working in a job in which you have daily dealings with the public.
RECOGNITION: Working in a job in which you gain public notice.
RESEARCH WORK: Working in a job in which you follow established procedures requiring little change.
SEASONAL WORK: Working in a job where you are employed only at certain times of the year.
SECURITY: Work that is stable and relatively free from turnover.
SOCIAL WELFARE: Doing something that has meaning for others, working for society or another person's benefit.
SUPERVISORY RELATIONS: Work done under a fair, agreeable, and professionally nurturing boss.
TRAVEL: Working in a job in which you take frequent trips.
VARIETY: Working in a job in which your duties change frequently.
WORK WITH CHILDREN: Working in a job where you teach or otherwise care for children.
WORK WITH HANDS: Working in a job in which you use your hands or hand tools.
WORK WITH MACHINES OR EQUIPMENT: Working in a job in which you use machines or equipment.
WORK WITH NUMBERS: Working in a job in which you use mathematics or statistics.


MY TOP WORK-RELATED VALUES
From the items that you double checked above, select the three values that seem most important for you to include in future jobs. When you have done this, write them out in the spaces below in their order of importance.

Work Value #1 ________________________________________

Work Value #2 ________________________________________

Work Value #3 ________________________________________

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