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    Was reading this: Law.com - Recession Provides an Opportunity to Take a Good Look in a Mirror and it says that xNTJs are the most common type among lawyers. Was wondering which other occupations correlate to the MBTI? Doctors for example?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamiteninja View Post
    it says that xNTJs are the most common type among lawyers. Was wondering which other occupations correlate to the MBTI? Doctors for example?
    I don't know but I have told quite a few incompetent doctors they'd make
    horrible lawyers. (They're too stupid to be a lawyer.)
    Doctors have this insidious habit of diagnosing without
    sufficient evidence, or being in a state of denial one is even ill to begin with.
    I find many doctors to be complete idiots.

    I asked Doctor X why a certain procedure was done at X time.
    Her answer: "Because it has always been done that way"

    I told her to get a new job if she answered all questions with non-answers.
    I mean seriously-- can you imagine some irrational a-hole saying,
    "It's always been done that way?" WTF?

    Does that mean if I asked her why her husband beats her, she'd also answer:
    "It's always been done that way" ?
    The future is for the unafraid.

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