The Career Attitudes and Strategies Inventory (CASI) can be used to assess attitudes related to career and identify career problems. It is a 'career checkup' that surveys beliefs, events, and forces affecting an individual's career as well as a way to identify influences or problems requiring further discussion and exploration.
The CASI is self-administered, self-scored, profiled, and interpreted, saving valuable time for clinicians.
The CASI Manual describes the development of the instrument and discusses the typical characteristics of high and low scorers on each of the nine scales. Sixteen individual cases are profiled to illustrate the use of the instrument.
Normative data and correlations with other career instruments are also presented, and a self-test for test administrators is provided in the Appendix.