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    Default INFP – Motivated by personal values that are rarely shared

    Those that prefer INFP are driven by Introverted Feeling, which translates into very personal, inner values, that you might not ever see, yet they shape most of their decisions, including which careers they choose.

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    An Fi-dom liking marketing, advertising, and HR? I don't think so! Fi authenticity is antithetical to that stuff.
    Autistic INFP


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    My career choice was very values-driven. I want to be a PT because I want to promote health and help people to increase their mobility and self-sufficiency.

    I may or may not be INFP
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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