A lot of the problems I have with a lot of careers can be explained by my apparent want of a career that caters to both Ti and Fe. First and foremost, most careers cater towards the Fi-Te axis aka the evil axis of doom. "Master a system, and make it make you feel good". (My very shortsighted way of explaining Fi-Te). The problem with Ti (career wise, that is), is that it doesn't want to master a system. It want's to analyze a system, and understand it. It has no desire to actively engage in the system itself. (That's for the rest of the world worry about..)
Secondly, most careers that are suggested for intps focus on Ti and Ne. While that is not a bad thing, I one day would like to feel (I hear it feels great to feel..), and since my profession is a big part of my future, I'd desire a little Fe in my career. Strike that, it's almost paramount. Second only to Ti, really. Ne can suck it. And Si? What's that about hmm?
So what careers cater to both Ti and Fe?
Law is the only one I can readily think of. That and social scientists doing academic research. So, assuming academia and law aren't options (for whatever reasons ie I'm not about to bust my hump pursuing them), what other careers (perhaps niche) cater effectively to Fe and Ti?