Choose A Career That Fits Your Personality. Myers-Briggs by Mary King - Musely
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Choose A Career That Fits Your Personality. Myers-Briggs

posted in Family & Kids > Money
02/28/2016
  • First of all, you're going to need a pen and paper!
    First of all, you're going to need a pen and paper!
  • When searching for a career that best fits your personality, know yourself.
    When searching for a career that best fits your personality, know yourself.
  • Write down your interests, even if it doesn't have anything to with a job.
    Write down your interests, even if it doesn't have anything to with a job.
  • What do you value? Money, friends, family, honesty, kindness, knowledge, etc..
    What do you value? Money, friends, family, honesty, kindness, knowledge, etc..
  • What are your skills and talents?
    What are your skills and talents?
  • What do you enjoy doing recreationally?
    What do you enjoy doing recreationally?
  • What type of work style do you like? Indoors, outdoors, traveling, long hours, challenging, etc..
    What type of work style do you like? Indoors, outdoors, traveling, long hours, challenging, etc..
  • The last thing to consider is your personality type.
    The last thing to consider is your personality type.
  • Be true to yourself and find something that would make you happy.
    Be true to yourself and find something that would make you happy.
  • 1. Are you extroverted or introverted?
    1. Are you extroverted or introverted?
  • Extroverted: you get your energy from external factors. These personality types are more outgoing, assertive, talkative, social, risk takers, likes crowds, enthusiastic, has many friends, etc.
    Extroverted: you get your energy from external factors. These personality types are more outgoing, assertive, talkative, social, risk takers, likes crowds, enthusiastic, has many friends, etc.
  • Introverted: you get your energy from internal factors, within yourself. These personality types don't mind being alone, don't like crowds, keeps to self, quiet, does not have need for a lot of excitement in their life, has few friends, private, thinks before speaking, independent, etc.
    Introverted: you get your energy from internal factors, within yourself. These personality types don't mind being alone, don't like crowds, keeps to self, quiet, does not have need for a lot of excitement in their life, has few friends, private, thinks before speaking, independent, etc.
  • 2. Do you rely on your 5 senses for information or intuition?
    2. Do you rely on your 5 senses for information or intuition?
  • Sensing: these personality types are concrete, realistic, lives in the present, aware of their surroundings, notices details, practical, goes by senses, factual, etc.
    Sensing: these personality types are concrete, realistic, lives in the present, aware of their surroundings, notices details, practical, goes by senses, factual, etc.
  • Intuition: these people trust their instincts when faced with new situations, creative, inventive, focused on the future and the big picture, sees possibilities, theoretical, deep, imaginative, abstract, etc.
    Intuition: these people trust their instincts when faced with new situations, creative, inventive, focused on the future and the big picture, sees possibilities, theoretical, deep, imaginative, abstract, etc.
  • 3. Do you make decisions based on logic or feelings?
    3. Do you make decisions based on logic or feelings?
  • Thinkers: logical, objective, likes facts, values justice and fairness, decides on facts, wants the truth, rational, impersonal, critical, thick-skinned, firm with people, driven by thought, etc.
    Thinkers: logical, objective, likes facts, values justice and fairness, decides on facts, wants the truth, rational, impersonal, critical, thick-skinned, firm with people, driven by thought, etc.
  • Feelers: compassionate, empathetic, makes decisions based on what you feel is right, emotional, decides with heart, dislikes conflict, passionate, gentle, easily hurt, caring of others, warm, etc.
    Feelers: compassionate, empathetic, makes decisions based on what you feel is right, emotional, decides with heart, dislikes conflict, passionate, gentle, easily hurt, caring of others, warm, etc.
  • 4. How do you prefer your day-to-day lifestyle?
    4. How do you prefer your day-to-day lifestyle?
  • Judging: organized, structured, scheduled, decisive, controlled, responsible, makes plans, etc.
    Judging: organized, structured, scheduled, decisive, controlled, responsible, makes plans, etc.
  • Perceiving: flexible, diverse, adaptable, relaxed, disorganized, care free, spontaneous, procrastinates, etc.
    Perceiving: flexible, diverse, adaptable, relaxed, disorganized, care free, spontaneous, procrastinates, etc.
  • Write down the ones you feel you're most like.

Extroverted or Introverted? E or I

Sensing or Intuitive? S or N

Thinker or Feeler? T or F

Judging or Perceiving? J or P
    Write down the ones you feel you're most like.

    Extroverted or Introverted? E or I

    Sensing or Intuitive? S or N

    Thinker or Feeler? T or F

    Judging or Perceiving? J or P
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