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The Top 10 Great Things About Being an ESFJ! And 10 Bad Things…
Understanding the differences between an ESFJ and an ISFJ
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ESFJ – The Caregiver Car
A recent infographic from Career Assessment Site showed that the size of your salary might have a lot to do with your personality type. The graphic sparked our interest, but we wanted to know more. And so we decided to do our own study, using the TypeFinder Research Edition , a free online personality assessment based on the theory developed by Isabel Briggs Myers. In all, about 12, people participated, sharing salient details like their income, their age, and how many people they supervise at work. Do you have a guess about what we found?
INTJ: ever need a psychiatrist, a handyman or a politician? They can do all of that and much more. ESTP: if you wonder what the catacombs look like, or what skydiving feels like, they can take you there and also fix your car. ISFP: a very shy fearless truck driver who likes loud music but hates everything else loud, they can make you realize your life is not as messy as you thought. ESTP: the friend who is obsessed with that one thing and will.