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    Default type and job

    i thought we could have a thread where you could give your opinions on which job fits which type etc.
    to start off i ll give a link even though is not directly connected with MBTi but you ll sure find fast the pattern

    Finding a Job That Best Suits You

    i guess INTps are the Visonair type

    So my personal opinion is
    INTJ: scientist
    INTP: psychologists, philosophers (even though its a real job), archtect
    ENTP:politician
    ISFP: artist
    (go on in this way..)

    so you can go on
    I...74%
    N...66%
    F... 62%
    P... 72%
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    Disparaging lack of the letter "h" in thread title.

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    ENTP: It's their job to pass out lunch menus every Monday and Thursday to their fellow psych ward patients.
    ENFP: They wander the forests looking for hurt animals to resuscitate.
    INTP: The Messiah of a cult at a compound in rural Oregon.
    INTJ: Crawling inside giant machines and laying there in the fetal position while theme music from SNES games from the 90s play in the back round.
    INFP: Unemployed/poet/harp player for an emo band, they don't get gigs.
    ESTJ: Narcotics officer.

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    ESTP: Pornographic Actor/Actress

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    So my personal opinion is
    INTJ: scientist
    I'm sorry, I'd have to disagree 100%..scientists are stereotyped as being unorganized, and open-minded..and I know not all are like that, but scientists have to be open to anything, any possibilities that might occur where they can't be caught off guard..
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    I'm sorry, I'd have to disagree 100%..scientists are stereotyped as being unorganized, and open-minded..and I know not all are like that, but scientists have to be open to anything, any possibilities that might occur where they can't be caught off guard..
    There are many many types of scientists.

    I don't know for sure what Edison was but trying 1400 filaments to solve the practical problem of creating dependable light is certainly a Sensing approach. and very organized.

    Compare that to Einstein. No practical application, no real experimentation..."E...=MC2" Intuition, usually also seen as Perceiving, one might surmise...
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    ENFJ: Dictator
    INTP: Apocalypse-Inducing Scientist
    ENFP: Gangsta
    ENTJ: Anarchist
    INTP: Gardener
    INFP: Power-Behind-The-Throne
    ENTP: Quick-Change Artist
    ESTP: Schoolyard Bully
    ESFJ: Sailor
    ISFP: Playmate
    ESTJ: BDSM-Master
    ISTP: Ranger
    INFJ: Journalist
    ISFJ: Pirate
    ESFP: Sipping-Wine-By-The-Vine

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    Nice eldanen, but personnally I would have put Revolutionary instead of Anarchist.

    Its a more general term and I feel it fits my type and me.
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    In case you wanted a serious answer, the biggest similarities are by function pairs--ST, SF, NT, NF, although there are patterns within individual types as well.

    ST: production management, physical science, engineering, emergency personnel, tax and other detailed law careers, small business owners--handling reality

    SF: customer service, nursing, teaching (especially younger children)--any career where you're meeting the individual needs of people

    NF: counseling, management consulting, communications, training and development, human resources, religious careers

    NT: strategic planning, engineering, theoretical science, management, IT

    These are just general patterns borne out by stats on thousands of people. And yes, there's been research on why Feeling types settle for lower pay...and anyone can do anything if they are motivated to master the content/skills and work with a lot of people who aren't a whole lot like them...
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