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    Artisan Conquerer Halla74's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasz View Post
    when you look closely, the gap in avg income between numbers 1 and 2 is huge in comparison!
    Good observation! The gap in avg. income betwen each subsequent pair is just a few thousand dollars. It's good to be the king, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Good observation! The gap in avg. income betwen each subsequent pair is just a few thousand dollars. It's good to be the king, eh?
    I just need to know how to morph my skinny INTP butt into an ENTJ one every day I go to work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    Look at the link INTJ forum. Some of those who's households earn the most are most often married, making the number of earning people in their household higher. So, interpreted other way, ENTJ might just choose to live with a mate more often. Not entirely true, but.
    Those are interesting stats from that post. It's true that J's end up getting married more often, so when looking at household income, the spouse's income will contribute somewhat to that number. Also J's tend to have a higher education level which correlates to a higher income.

    In essense the key to making money is not really intrinsic in a person's MBTI type as much as it is an individual's ability to get an education and then get a job.
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    I want to know individual income, not household income.

    J's seem to be a lot more focused, organized, controlled.
    P's seem to be a lot more freewheeling, wild, chaotic, disorganized.

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    The corporate world (and even politics) seems designed by and for E_TJs.

    I think Ps just tend to have less profitable goals.
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    ExTJ, of course. You don't need statistics to figure that out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    I'm good at making money but not that good at saving it. Becoming better now, but whenever I save money there is always a lingering feeling that I'm wasting my life away. I don't buy useless things, but I like going on trips, eating out, etc. etc.
    That's pretty good.
    Good post. I appreciate it
    Thanks a lot for the information

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    Well, you're welcome, I don't know why you appreciate that though - perhaps you own a travel agency or a restaurant.
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