I'm in communications. The place where I work is fantastic - my core team is full of NTs. But it's not the type of career where I satisfy my desire to connect with people meaningfully or save the world. That happens in my spare time.
i'm a stay at home mom currently, before i was a stay at home mom i worked at a fortune 500 company as a manufacturing specialist, it was the worst job in the world, and i'm glad i quit. In my spare time i'm a mom. My world revolves around my son. I also enjoy crossword puzzles, video games and reading.
If i could choose a career i would want to work in a drug rehabilitation center as some sort of a drug counselor.
I'm almost done with my masters degree in history. I also have some geography courses, some math courses, a basic anthropology course, and a lot of small scattered courses that caught my interest. A also took a one year teacher's course. Working part time as a night receptionist at a hotel atm, but will start teaching teens (secondary/highschool) next year. Dreaming about becoming an author, but will only do it as a hobby until I see if I could live off it.
I have arms for a fucking reaosn, so come hold me. Then we'll fuvk! Whoooooh! - GZA
im no infp, but my friends who are do the following:
male, 25 - artist (sculpture, film, painting, basically anything)
male, 27 - given up on uni (soc. anthropology), now working menial job, trying to get into webdesign.
female, 26 - student of art history. seems incredibly content without any specific ambitions.
jack keroac was an infp. beat poet. different approach to life. read "on the road," or anything by him, and it should fiddle your strings a bit (im sure you can find something online...)
best of luck!
"It is only in folk tales, children's stories, and the journals of intellectual opinion that power is used wisely and well to destroy evil. The real world teaches very different lessons, and it takes willful and dedicated ignorance to fail to perceive them."
I've almost finished up my degree in English. I may pursue teaching, but I would would only consider it if I went to graduate school. I work at a local pizza place as an in store person (serving/bussing/bar tending/the occasional delivery). Pretty much everyone there actively uses or has tried marijuana. It's a very atmospheric place to work at; the employees are fun, friendly people to work with. I like to read, listen to music, play computer games, wander aimlessly, try different types of beer and ski.
I may be bested in battle, but I shall never be defeated.