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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    nobody in their right mind would EVER hire me as an accountant!

    I always thought that istjs were accountants, actually!
    They are.

    The descriptions aren't very good apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    nobody in their right mind would EVER hire me as an accountant!

    I always thought that istjs were accountants, actually!
    Oh, they are... although NTJs are equally overrepresented (with Ps and Fs being the less frequent ones)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptgatsby View Post
    Oh, they are... although NTJs are equally overrepresented
    OMG. I'd die a little bit every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    OMG. I'd die a little bit every day.
    Eh, the difference between STJs and NTJs aren't that big

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptgatsby View Post
    Eh, the differences between STJs and NTJs aren't that big
    No, but they're very relevant for degree of job satisfaction as an accountant.

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    Whatever, I feel your pain.

    I came up as a 'hippie' on the OkCupid 'personality defect' test too.

    I HATE HIPPIES!!!

    I'm taking this again...

    It bothers me how much of an impractical slacker these descriptions make me sound. Like my favorite book is "On The Road".

    And I agree, I am totally displeased with the 'submissive' term to replace 'perception' -- if that is indeed true.

    Is SEAF same as ENFP?


    You are a Guru!
    (Submissive Extroverted Abstract Feeler)
    You are a GURU (SEAF)— kind, knowing, giving. Like Buddha of old, you can be a persuasive speaker, and you use your creative talents to further the objectives of your heart instead of your mind. But be careful that your friends don't take advantage of your relaxed nature.

    Above all, you like going with the flow. That's cool. Oh yeah, you like to talk a lot. That's cool, too. Whatever.

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    You are a Judge!
    (Dominant Introverted Concrete Thinker)
    You are a JUDGE (DICT). Your affinity for facts and analytical approach to life help you solve complex problems and make tough decisions that others cannot. But don't think that you don't act irrationally a lot of the time. You jump into arguments and hold grudges like crazy. You could probably use some love.

    While some may see you as a bit overbearing and arrogant, your friends know that you are a trustworthy person with depth and a strong sense of righteousness. Although you are introverted and somewhat reserved, you have a forceful personality that your friends appreciate and your enemies fear. God help them. God help all of us.


    Compared to 15,059,620 other test takers...
    98% are more Submissive than you.
    1% are more Dominant than you.
    2% are just as Dominant as you.
    3% are more Introverted than you.
    92% are more Extroverted than you.
    5% are just as Introverted as you.
    76% are more Abstract than you.
    10% are more Concrete than you.
    14% are just as Concrete as you.
    6% are more Thinking than you.
    91% are more Feeling than you.
    4% are just as Thinking as you.
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    Oh our 3rd person reference to ourselves denotes nothing more than we realize we are epic characters on the forum.

    Narcissism, plain and simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Is SEAF same as ENFP?
    Yes, that's the Spark's equivalent to ENFP.

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    That's a hefty percentage for Dominant, Falcarius - you sure you're a P?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    No, but they're very relevant for degree of job satisfaction as an accountant.
    Any reason why you think this would be so?

    I mean, ISTJs are about 140-160% overrepresented... while NTJs are 300-500% overrepresented... I'd think that if that many didn't enjoy it, they would likely move on... I don't know about satisfaction, but that's almost in line with NTJ over representation among upper management.

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