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    this is encouraging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chegra View Post
    Only in ENTP and ESFP case the I's perform better than the E's.

    But yea what is surprising is the ENTP. How you explain that?
    I'm not surprised ENTP is ranked near the bottom. ENTPs tend to drift from one interest to another. They tend to change jobs frequently and usually don't stay in a job long enough to move up the salary ranks. I'd expect ENFPs to be comparable to ENTPs in this regard, yet ENFPs are higher up on the list. ENTPs tend to have more intellectually than materistically oriented.

    I would have thought ESFP would have came up slightly higher. Like ENTPs, I could see them quitting jobs on impulse but I think they are more materialistic than ENTPs and probably care more overall about money, so probably somewhat more motivated to the work to earn it.

    INFP, I'm not surprised they're at the bottom of the list. They tend to value money less than most other types for one thing. They'd rather follow their hearts and do something that's lucrative. Plus INFPs tend to be rather unassertive and may not ask for a raise even when its well deserved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by suchirony View Post
    I'm not surprised ENTP is ranked near the bottom. ENTPs tend to drift from one interest to another. They tend to change jobs frequently and usually don't stay in a job long enough to move up the salary ranks. I'd expect ENFPs to be comparable to ENTPs in this regard, yet ENFPs are higher up on the list.
    ENFPs are Te-tertiary, which makes them somewhat more grounded than ENTPs, especially as they mature. ESTPs tend to fare far worse than ENTPs in this regard, but they're ace salesmen -- and sales is a very lucrative field.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    ESTPs tend to fare far worse than ENTPs in this regard, but they're ace salesmen -- and sales is a very lucrative field.
    depending on how good at it you are
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    Slight correction: It's a very lucrative field for ESTPs...
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    I think INTJ would be at the top of the list. I think ENTJs are simply liars when it comes to salary stats. I fully believe INFPs ranking near the bottom. In many non-profits, I usually see IxFJs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    Lol, the English teacher get 39,000 and the maths teacher 66,000...how *does* your country work?
    The math teacher is in a more expensive area and also where more money is put into education. There is a P.E. teacher in the same state as the math teacher making 73,000.

    The dog walker making $100,000 makes no sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babylon Candle View Post
    the INTJ and ISTP are more frequently married than the ENFJ?
    Of course. We INTJs may not look especially interesting but we have many desirable qualities such as competency, stability and directness coupled with a dash of creativity and pluralistic ethics.

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