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6 Careers INFJs Should Probably Avoid

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If you’ve heard about the Myers-Briggs Personality Test, chances are you have dived into this complex personality test to figure out where you stand. According to the test, there are sixteen personality types, with INFJ being the rarest of them all.

Do you fall into the 2% who relate to this personality type?

If so, you might want some INFJ career advice to ensure you don’t waste time with careers that don’t work for your personality.
But before we can figure out what careers to avoid, we have to understand what INFJs are all about.

What is an INFJ?

INFJ are dynamic personalities that are often called “The Advocate,” for the downtrodden. They’re also widely known to be intuitive, have high Emotional Intelligence, and are aloof or mysterious.

The Myers-Briggs personality Test was first created in the 1940’s by mother and daughter duo Isabel Myers and Katharine Briggs. Their work was built on the research of psychoanalyst Carl Jung. The test looks at four particular categories, introversion vs extroversion, sensing vs intuition, thinking vs feeling, judging vs perceiving. Depending on which why your personality leans, you fall into the 16 different personality categories.

INFJ stands for Introversion, Intuition, Feeling, and Judging. They are close to impossible to identify in society since they’re more reserved than other personality types. Loyal, empathetic, organized, and leaders they are dedicated to ensuring the progress of humanity.

Now that you have some background about what INFJs prefer, let’s explore the careers that INFJs are better off avoiding.

Career #5 to Avoid: Accounting

Thinking about getting your accounting degree? You might want to think again if you’re an INFJ. INFJs hate routine. They also don’t like to work at desk jobs. Being locked into a job that requires dealing with documents and numbers is tortuous to INFJs. INFJs prefer to do creative work, and accounting is far from creative.

 

 

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