ENFJ

• Rated by psychologists among 2 types least likely to have trouble in school. I didn't have trouble in school, but I don't care structured learning...never finished college.
• In national sample "Leisure Activities," overrepresented in "Appreciating art," "Writing," "Listening to music," and "Reading" Yes, yes, no and yes.
• Underrepresented in "Watching TV 3 or more hours per day." I have the TV on all day while I work...it's mostly background noise...so I dunno how to respond to this
• Academic subjects preferred: art, English, music. Yes, yes, scratch music add humanities, geology and biology.
• Among 3 highest types in national sample liking work environments with "Variety of tasks," "Teamwork," and "People from a variety of backgrounds." I don't like working with people...I work by myself
• Include in 3 most desirable characteristics "Independence and achievement." Yes and No.
• Most important feature of an ideal job: "Use of my special abilities." I'm not that special.
• In national sample, were among those most satisfied with their work, where they work, but likely to leave job. Historically, yes.
• In national sample, greatest work environment satisfiers are "People I work with," "Opportunities to use talents," "Opportunity to learn," "Job security," "Amount of responsibility," and "Opportunity for societal contribution." Again, I don't like working with people. Job security - have none - I eat what I kill. I work for fun and money to live...I do things for humanity in my off time
• Greatest dissatisfiers were "Promotions" and "Salary." Does not apply
• Highest ranks on coping resources used were social and cognitive (ranked 3rd on both among the 16 types); ranked 3rd in total resources of the 16 types. Scratch social add talking, yes to cognitive.
• In national sample, highest in coping with stress by "Exercising." Sometimes.
• In national sample, ranked highest in "Belief in a higher spiritual power." My higher power is bacon...so no.