I am a 7w6 male ENFP that needs to find a job that is relatively safe and could be family friendly. I've considered teaching literature, or maybe even history, at the middle school level. I believe that job would be a decent comprimise between fun and responsible. I would enjoy creating fun, entertaining, and educational lesson plans. My method would center around spontaneity, creativity, intuition, experiments, and individuality. I would also enjoy giving each child memories that they can remember fondly, and that could inspire them to do amazing things. In addition, summers off would allow me to nurture my own family.
The downside is that the education system is becoming increasingly bureaucratic. If I wanted to serve chocolate seeds to show what the first native americans tasted when they arrived and started civilization, the paperwork required would be immense. Even though it would involve the children's minds in a debate about why a European would care to bring back such a fruit, the legal work could push things way behind schedule. The same could convievably happen if I tried to bring pomnegranets and allow the pomnegranet seeds to be devoured by the children to help the children ponder why such fruit was considered divine by the Ancient Greeks. The pay might not be enough to support two to three children, either.
My mother said I should either be a Pharmasist or an Engineer. I noticed that most pharmasist work three days on, three days off. Pharmasist also make over 100K per year. When I looked at the job description, I felt naseous. Everything is done by the book and the consequences of even a minor error are scary. I don't know much about engineering.
I've considered Architecture, too. The hollond code for architecture is AIR, and my Holland code is AIS. I dont know much about architecture, either.
I love writing fiction. I plan for this to be my secondary career. I dont see it as secure enough to be my main lifeline, but I love it. I especially like writing science fiction and fantasy.