ENFJs are extraverts who enjoy working with people and are often found in careers fields related to religion, the arts, and teaching. In a national sample, ENFJ people report that “variety of tasks”, independence and achievement”, teamwork” and “clear structure” as being the most important work environment characteristics for them. Furthermore, ENFJs report a high rate of career satisfaction. ENFJs place significant importance on cultivating positive relations with others and fostering a harmonious work environment. They dislike conflict and will work to quell dissent however they can. Here is a look at 6 careers recommended for ENFJs that also pay very well. Continue reading
ENFJ and Astrology Signs: Zodiac and the MBTI
No two ENFJs are completely alike. Everyone of us has a unique experience and that experience has a seismic impact on how our personalities develop along with the panoply of psychological issues that may arise out of them. The Myers-Briggs is a great tool for sketching out a profile of who we are based on our self-reported behavior preferences, but the picture it paints is not a complete one.
The Myers-Briggs does not account for all the idiosyncratic personality traits that are too specific or simply outside the bounds of what the 8 cognitive functions could accurately encompass. The MBTI cannot explain for example, why one INTP enjoys baseball and another INTP loathes it, or why one ENFJ is way more family-oriented than another.