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- ENFJ Career Path.
- INFJ Career Path.
- ENFP Career Path.
- INFP Career Path.
- ENTJ Career Path.
- INTJ Career Path.
- ENTP Career Path.
- INTP Career Path.
- ESFJ Career Path.
- ISFJ Career Path.
- ESFP Career Path.
- ISFP Career Path.
- ESTJ Career Path.
- ISTJ Career Path.
- ESTP Career Path.
- ISTP Career Path.
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Here’s a fun chart that lists a few jobs for each Myers Briggs Personality Type. Of course, any one person can excel at any job they put their mind to. This is also not an inclusive list of all possible jobs that are a good fit for a type.
Just use it for fun and informational purposes only.
Brandon Stone says
This is very interesting now. Hearing about this Myers Briggs Personality Type thing for the first time.
If I have to talk about myself, then I can say I do have a multitude of talents and can see myself doing many jobs successfully in different personality types. For eg., entrepreneur in “The Doer;” composer in “The Mediator;” writer in “The Teacher;” researcher in “The Scientist” and so on.
Overall, I prefer a job which involves higher level thinking and creativity.
I also wash my housemates things (sometimes), just because I feel like helping them and not because I had a weird fascination with cleaning or something (well, perhaps just a tiny bit). Unfortunately my housemates are not INTJs and I know they will never do the same for me.
Danka 2 says
Hey dear with the same name, don’t be a doormat, You’re friends wouldn’t be thankful for your deeds.
FYI; it’s not about being a doormat… nor about receiving thanks.
Being of service to others is an act of love, especially when nothing is expected from it.
Mary Jones says
Kay, that was beautifully expressed. There is great gratification in simply doing the kind thing.
You do this for others because your primary “Love Language” is very likely “Acts of Service”… a very rare and admirable quality!!! You will be very happy if/when you find friends/mates who speak your same language! Check it out …
You should retest every 10 years. Especially if your scores are close.
As you do consider truly your actions. Respond in line with your behaviors. Regardless of our desires our actions belie our truths.
I am an INFJ and all my life I’ve been told I should have these jobs. I think they are the worst possible choices because INFJ’s attract enough of these people. Instead, INFJ’s should be photographers, trainers, writers, or philosophers. Jobs where they can be helping the world without dealing with people all the time.
Mary Jones says
I agree. I am happiest when I am writing. But right now, I’m teaching. I like that, too, as long as it doesn’t get too stressful.
Mr Krabs says
Me, an istp who wants to be a photographer low-key
Love all Meyers Briggs content. I was tested at work about a year or year and half ago. This was definitely a moment of impact for me. The interesting part was my entire inside sales team tested as introverted. I came back a INFJ and the craziest part was the female who gave me the test had also tested INFJ. Like a typical INFJ, I was obsessed and had to learn and know everything Myers Briggs. I would have to say this job would be great for those like myself INFJ who are great listeners because listening to the potential client and their dominant buying motive (DBM) is crucial skill one must develop in sales. In the sales I do it involves helping business owners become more profitable by adding credit cards as a form of payment.
ESFJ… “Personal Trailer”… lol!
Mr Krabs says
Me, an istp who wants to either major in music or photography: 0-0