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    Quote Originally Posted by Kai View Post
    Odd. Thought that most NFJs would have social as part of their top three. Goes to show that I shouldn't assume things.
    In the other thread I noticed that social was usually part of the top three among NFJs..

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    Results:
    Social: 15
    Investigative: 10
    Enterprising: 8
    Conventional: 8
    Artistic: 4
    Realistic: 1
    Holland Code(s):
    SIE
    SIC

    I was a psychology major in college.

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    Well, I have tested as INFJ and ENFJ in the past, for what it's worth...

    Artistic: 12
    Social: 8
    Investigative: 5
    Enterprising: 3
    Realistic: 2
    Conventional: 1

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    A=14
    I=9
    C=7
    S=7
    R=3
    E=1


    Holland Code(s):
    AIC
    AIS

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    Career has always been my nemesis. I wouldn't be able to survive doing what I enjoy, as it isn't 'realistic' enough and there isn't enough of a market and/or too much competition. You can see my 'enterprising' is practically at zero, which also explains why I tend not to actively pursue what I really enjoy and have more of this pessimistic outlook re. jobs, as I'm not one to naturally put myself out there, take business/economic risks, etc. And I pretty much hate most of the jobs/careers that ARE available out there (also I remember when I first looked at one of those 2 holland codes, there was like 1 career for it - comparative literature or something. HA! ) A bit of a dilemma.

    I got a B.S. in Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution. I haven't had a job related to it for about 7 yrs, though.
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    Results:
    Conventional: 10
    Investigative: 8
    Artistic: 7
    Social: 6
    Enterprising: 4
    Realistic: 3
    Holland Code(s):
    CIA

    hmm...cool.

    looking into archivist would like to lean more towards preservation,research,assisting researchers,appraisal but all cool in others areas too sounds like a nice fit overall/librarian or Digital librarian kinda thing lol . i babble too much
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    Feeling is primarily a process.....that imparts to the content a definite value in the sense of acceptance or rejection. In the same way that thinking organizes the contents of consciousness under concepts, feeling arranges them according to their value. Feeling, like thinking, is a rational function, since values in general are assigned according to the laws of reason...
    (Carl Jung, Psychological Types, Chapter XI - Definitions)

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    Results:
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    Social: 11
    Conventional: 7
    Artistic: 7
    Enterprising: 3
    Realistic: 3
    Holland Code(s):
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    Enterprising: 18
    Social: 17
    Artistic: 13
    Conventional: 11
    Investigative: 9
    Realistic: 6

    ESA

    Realism...overrated imo

    Interesting that I seem to be the only one (so far) with a high score in enterprising.
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