I know "stereotype" has a nice holier-than-thou ring to it, and you and the other Ss offended by this thread keep resorting to it, but no successful business wants to put people in the wrong jobs in order to satisfy a few whiny finger pointers. I think the actual MBTI test is bs, and unnecessary, but the traits associated with each type give you a good idea of the skills needed for a certain job. Having been in technology for years, I've seen that as a matter of practice, an observed (not tested) ENTP from San Jose State is very likely to be a far better fit for a competitive analyst position than an observed ISTJ from Stanford. Similarly, an ISTJ from Chico State is very likely to be a better fit for an Accounting Manager than an ENTP from Stanford.
Very likely means 70 to 90% chance, so yes there are successful Ns in Acctounting and successful Ss is Strategy, but can't tell you how many times I've seen top school ESTJs get promoted and then struggle with strategic decisions, relying on textbook ideas and getting pounded by their bosses for "not seeing the bigger picture".
Most important thing for anyone is to have clear goals, regardless of whether they love MBTI or hate it. But an ENTP planning a career in Accounting or an ESTJ planning a career in Strategy will do best when they consciously acknowledge their approach will differ from the majority of people in their field.