On that site, Landscape Architect was listed under RAI. Which is another thing that's always seemed appealing. Not sure how it relates to Instrument Tech, but...
Anyways, I'm actually uncomfortable with many artistic tasks/jobs. I can be artistic, but the idea of being an "Artist" (with a capital A) is too much pressure for me. Even when I create, I'm kind of creating strictly in the moment with my sight, hearing, and hands. I'm more akin to a jammer. The idea of the glass blower is very similar to how I might play guitar or draw sometimes. I don't work entirely in the realm of the conceptual, and then implement, which is what I'd say many artists do.
I am going to make a MS Excel spreadsheet of this and post it, just for grins.
I noticed we are all really high on being "artistic." Rightfully so!
How about Wolfy and I being low as all get out on being conventional? Oops!
Yes, and I also noticed that (with the one exception of Walking Tourist) the ISFPs are all low on "enterprising" while the ESTPs are high in that area. This fits David Keirsey's model in the book "Brains and Careers" where he describes ESTPs as being the "enterprising or expediting Artisans" and ISFPs as being "accommodating" or "responding." Both types being Artisans in temperament but being "opposites" within the group.