Conventional activities require attention to accuracy and detail such as maintaining orderly and accurate records, procedures, and routines.
Conventional occupations generally require workers to have clerical, organizational, and arithmetic abilities. Conventional occupations include:
- Accountant and Author
- City and Regional Planning Aid
- Court Reporter
- Energy Auditor
- Fire Inspector
- Information Security Analyst
- Loan Officer
- Logistics Analyst
- Medical Transcriptionist
- Regulatory Affairs Specialist
- Social Science Research Assistant
- Treasurer / Comptroller / Chief Financial Officer
Conventional types prefer working with data more than with ideas. They apply precise standards in a setting where there is a clear line of authority. In their work, they are efficient, methodical, and detail-oriented.