What is your personality style?

There are lots of different personalities out there. You may have friends who think the same way you do, or you may know people who solve problems in a completely different way. One of the best tools to learn more about your personality is the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator. You can take a simplified version here to learn more about what careers may match up with your personality.

Personality goes a long way to finding the right career. Make your selections below to see potential career matches.

  • I
    INTROVERTS often like working alone or in small groups, prefer a more deliberate pace, and like to focus on one task at a time.
    E
    EXTROVERTS are energized by people, enjoy a variety of tasks and a quick pace, and are good at multitasking.
  • S
    SENSORS are realistic people who like to focus on the facts and details, and apply common sense and past experience to come up with practical solutions to problems.
    N
    INTUITIVES prefer to focus on possibilities and the big picture, easily see patterns, value innovations, and seek creative solutions to problems.
  • T
    THINKERS tend to make decisions using logical analysis, objectively weigh pros and cons, and value honesty, consistency, and fairness.
    F
    FEELERS tend to be sensitive and cooperative, and make decisions based on their own personal values and how others will be affected by their actions.
  • J
    JUDGERS tend to be organized and prepared, like to make and stick to plans, and are comfortable following most rules.
    P
    Perceivers prefer to keep their options open, like to be able to act spontaneously, and like to be flexible with making plans.
  • R E S U L T

    Answer all of the questions to see your results.

SOURCE: “Do What You Are: Discover the Perfect Career for you Through the Secrets of Personality Type” by Paul D. Tieger, Barbara Barron, and Kelly Tieger

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