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Myers Briggs Type Indicator Personality Types

Learn about the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the 16 different personality types this instrument reports. Find out how this information is used to help individuals make career-related decisions.

The MBTI: Myers Briggs Type Indicator
The MBTI is a tool people can use to help them discover their personality types. Find out how this self assessment instrument can help you with your career planning endeavors.

INTP
Learn what it means to be an INTP. What do each of the four letters in this code tell you about your personality and how can having that information help you choose a career and decide whether a particular job is right for you?

INTJ
Learn about the personality type INTJ as determined by the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Discover what this four-letter code means and why each letter in it is significant. Find out how to use this information to help you make career related decisions.

ISFJ
What does it mean to be an ISFJ? Learn about the preferences that make up this personality type and find out how to use that information to help you with your career-related decisions.

INFP
What does it mean if your Myers Briggs personality type is INFP? Learn about the four preferences that make up this type. Find out what occupations might be a good fit for you.

INFJ
Are you wondering what it means to be an INFJ? See what four preferences make up this personality type and what career choices are appropriate for you.

ENFJ
What does being an ENFJ mean? What careers are most suitable for you and in which work environments are you most likely to succeed? Learn about this personality type and what those letters really mean.

ENFP
What does it mean to be an ENFP? Find out what it means to have this personality type and what careers might be good for you.

ESTP
What does it mean if your personality type is ESTP? Learn about the preferences that make up this type and how you can use this information to help you choose a career.

ISTP
Find out what it means to be an ISTP. Learn about the four preferences that are included in this personality type and see how you can choose a career and work environment based on this information.

ENTP
What does it mean to be an ENTP? Learn what the four letters in this code stand for and find out how to use this information to help you find a career and work environment that are right for you.

ENTJ
If you just found out you're an ENTJ and you want to learn more about it, this article will tell you all you need to know. See how to use this information to help you choose a career and make other career-related decisions.

ISTJ
If you've learned your personality type is ISTJ, here's what you need to know. Learn what preferences are part of this type and get advice on how you can use this information to help you make some career-related decisions.

ESFP
Learn about ESFP, one of Jung's 16 personality types. Find out which four preferences make up this type and learn how to make career-related decisions while keeping this information in mind.

ISFP
Learn about what it means to be an ISFP. What preferences make up this personality type and how can you use this information to help you make career-related decisions.

ESTJ
You've just found out you're an ESTJ. Learn about the four preferences that make up this type and find out how to use them to help you choose a career and a work environment.

ESFJ
Are you an ESFJ? Find out what that means and of which preferences this type is comprised. See how you can find a career that is suitable for your type and learn which work environments are best for you.

Careers for Extroverts
If you get energy from being around other people, you are an extrovert. Choose a career in which you can work either one-on-one with clients or as part of a team. There are several options.

Careers for Introverts
If you are energized by your own thoughts and action rather than by other people, you are an introvert. You will have greater success if you choose a career in which you can work independently. Here are several options.

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