Skills Profiling / Skills Profile

Last Updated 01/21/2024

Skills profiling is a way to measure an individual’s strengths and is often used to track career progression and communicate the skills an individual possesses to employers. Companies also use profiling tools to identify skills possessed in their teams, how best to build teams based on skills, and how to inform individual employees of areas for professional development (reskilling, upskilling). Skills profiling is commonly used in the career advising field.

Examples of Skills Profile Tests: DISC test; Holland Code (RIASEC) Test; Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®(MBTI®) assessment; OECD Skills Profiling Tool; O*NET Interest Profiler; Skills Matcher:

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