I couldn't post in the NF forum because it was the "private" forum, and I'm an isfp so I don't have access.
To all of the people who say that journalism is "unethical" and "risky":
um, well, that's not really true for the most part. I am a journalist and I have never done anything unethical or risky. Most journalists work for hometown newspapers and we write about town board meetings, events at libraries, school anniversaries, and stuff like that. Only a few people get to be foreign correspondents and do all of the fun stuff. As for the unethical part, that is pretty rare but you'll find unethical people in all careers.
I wouldn't recommend journalism as a career, though, because there aren't very many jobs out there. Even for people with years of experience, it is hard to find a job that pays a living wage.
Newspapers are closing all over the United States. So it is not a good time for journalism or journalists.
I would recommend getting into a career field in which there are jobs. Health care is an excellent career, and there are plenty of job openings in that. Some health care practitioners also write columns in local publications so, if you like to write, you can still do that.