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I have also considered ESTJs the bankers of the world. Is that a stereotype as well?
OH yeah it is. I would HATE being a banker. The stereotype of ESTJs being the supervisors/middle managers/drill sergeants of the world is much more accurate.

What are some of the STJ sterotypes when it comes to work relations and type in general?
To quote Wolfy...
On ESTJ: I know the right way. And I'm going to force it down your throat.
On ISTJ: I'm consistent. You need to get your shit sorted out.

To quote a former teacher of mine (describing me at a dinner, in front of hundreds of people): "She asks very direct questions, and when things don't go the way she wants them to, she gets VERY upset." (Cue audience laughter - not joking.)

Here's some pop culture examples of STJ stereotypes in action (of course, their typing is debatable, but I give my reasons below):

Worf (Star Trek: TNG): all about honor and duty and loyalty - a proud warrior. (SIDE NOTE: Something about the warrior mythos has always appealed to me, though I could never live like that. Maybe in another life.)
Lumberg (Office Space): the middle-manager from hell. Predictable and thoughtless in the worst possible way.
Nurse Ratched (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest): Self-explanatory. Evil, power-hungry. Chain of command; need for control over the situation, no matter what the cost.
Cuddy (House, MD): "You aren't following the rules! Risks are bad! Follow the rules, and everything will work out! This must be done CORRECTLY. WHY AREN'T YOU LISTENING TO ME???"