Using the theory it is possible to single out what Roise is good at. She seems to have a natural liking to photography and illustration work. Therefore she can be said to have an artistic personality and she would thrive in an artistic environment. She seems to be drawn towards social oriented jobs such as nursing but she used to think of being an explorer. According to Holland’s theory, an artistic personality is congruent with the social and investigative personalities (Smart, Feldman and Ethington, 2000). This means that although Roise’s strengths lie within an artistic environment, she can work comfortably in a social or investigative environment.
Holland’s theory is based on the idea that people will normally choose careers that reflect or go with their personalities. Roise does not seem to be sure of what her personality is. She claims to have had a dream of getting married which she has since abandoned. She replaced this dream with getting work, which she claims is tiring. It seems that she is the kind of person who would prefer to be a family organizer. She is also very connected with her mother whom she says she does not want to live. Roise did not attend college, but she is doing some classes now and she seems to be doing very well.
According to Holland’s model, Roise does not have realistic, conventional or enterprising personalities (Smart, Feldman and Ethington, 2000). Her strengths lie within the social, artistic and investigative personalities. She also seems to like working with people but she cannot work in a hospital. However, according to this model she does not have to work in a hospital to fulfill her social personality needs (Niles and Harris-Bowlsbey, 2008). She can find work as a councilor or a social worker where she will feel comfortable. However, the model does not spell out how she can achieve her career goals, and yet she claims that she has failed in all the aspects of her