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Administrating Your Interest "Interests" describe the types of activities that you are drawn to; these will need to be present in a job or career that you are considering if you are to stay motivated. It is important to note that interest in an activity does not necessarily indicate skill. Yellow People with yellow interests like job responsibilities that include organizing and systematizing, and professions that are detail-oriented, predictable, and objective.
People with yellow Interests enjoy activities that include: Green People with green interests like job responsibilities and occupations that involve persuasion, sales, promotions, and group or personal contact. People with green Interests enjoy activities that include: These Interests often lead to work in marketing, advertising, training, therapy, consulting, teaching, law, and public relations.
Blue People with blue interests like job responsibilities and occupations that involve creative, humanistic, thoughtful, and quiet types of activities. Blue Interests include abstracting, theorizing, designing, writing, reflecting, and originating, which often lead to work in editing, teaching, composing, inventing, mediating, clergy, and writing.
Your Style "Style" describes the strengths that you could bring to a work environment when you are at your best. This is the way you like to get results.
A work environment in which your strengths are appreciated is a big part of career satisfaction. Yellow People with yellow styles perform their job responsibilities in a manner that is orderly and planned to meet a known schedule. They prefer to work where things get done with a minimum of interpretation and unexpected change. People with a yellow style tend to be orderly, cautious, structured, loyal, systematic, solitary, methodical, and organized, and usually thrive in a research-oriented, predictable, established, controlled, measurable, orderly environment.
But information commissioner Elizabeth Denham said companies also worried about reputational damage. The impact of behavioural advertising, when it came to elections, was "significant" and called for a code of practice to "fix the system", she said.
Such a code would ensure that "elections are fair and people understand how they are being micro-targeted". The action comes 16 months after the ICO began its probe into political campaigners' use of personal data following concerns raised by whistleblower Christopher Wylieamong others.
The ICO found Facebook had breached its own rules and failed to make sure Cambridge Analytica had deleted this personal data. While Cambridge Analytica insisted it had indeed wiped the data after Facebook's erasure request in Decemberthe ICO said it had seen evidence that copies of the data had been shared with others.
Lifestyle information The ICO has also written to the UK's 11 main political parties telling them to have their data protection practices inspected.
It is concerned the parties may have bought lifestyle information about members of the public from data brokers, who might have not have obtained the necessary consent. Naming Emma's Diary, the ICO said it was concerned about how transparent the firm had been about its political activities.
Image copyright Emma's Diary Image caption Emma's Diary requires users to download an app to get a free bundle of baby-themed goods It said that the Labour Party had confirmed using the firm, but did not provide other details except that it intended to take some form of regulatory action. Looking wider, the ICO noted Facebook had been the biggest recipient of digital advertising by political parties and campaigns to date.
Yet, it said, the US firm had neither done enough to explain to its members how they were being targeted as a consequence, nor given them enough control over how their sensitive personal data was used.