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Whatever your career path might be, chances are that you stay very busy. A job takes many hours out of a person's day – whether time spent on the job or time spent driving to and from the job – and those are the hours people tend to focus on, often to the exclusion of their non-working hours. Those hours away from the job, though, can be wonderfully beneficial in shaping a more well-rounded life. Self-care, too often overlooked, should be prioritized. Workaholics, take heed: here's to the importance of downtime.
Two words describe the ISTJ: organized and orderly. ISTJs take a tidy approach to life and find meaning in the expression of their strong sense of duty. They prefer security and tradition over the unknown and the theoretical. Hot careers for ISTJs give these hardworking, detail-oriented people opportunities to demonstrate their dependability and put into action their strong work ethics.
In the terminology of personality type, sensors are hands-on people who prefer to process information about the world in terms of what they can see, hear, feel, touch, and taste. Intuitives, on the other hand, prefer to assimilate information about the world around them and process the data in an abstract, big-picture way. When they work together in an office, sensors and intuitives might find their working relationships rife with misunderstandings unless they can try to mutually understand and respect one another's differences. By doing so, they'll contribute to
harmony in the workplace
, fostering on office politics that are based on cooperation, not conflict.
According to the
, one of the hottest careers through 2018 will be that of social worker, particularly in the fields of mental health and substance abuse. Have you ever wondered what a day on the job with a social worker is like? Ms. Morgan Bass, who works in the community mental health sector, graciously agreed to speak about her career choice and to offer advice to those who are interested in becoming social workers.
Since personality typing is useful for self-knowledge, it follows that knowledge gained through taking the TypeFinder would assist with conflict resolution between employees. People who become more cognizant of their own personality traits and preferences can more easily view the traits and preferences of other people with increased understanding. Mutual understanding – that is, employees developing empathy for one another – is key to harmony in the workplace.
ENFJs are highly motivated by personal values and a strong desire to help other people. They tend to be humanitarians who strive to remain true to their visions of how to make the world a better place, and they're not only motivated by high ideals but they're also gifted with excellent organizational skills. Hot
careers for ENFJs
are those that allow these caring, idealistic people plenty of opportunities to make significant differences in the lives of others.
Are you thinking about a career change? Perhaps you've been working at the same job for a number of years, but you feel like you're just spinning your wheels, and you no longer enjoy what you do. It might be, too, that you've had several jobs, maybe even in different fields, but none of them have really clicked with you. In either case, you might be longing for a career in which you face each day with enthusiasm, loving what you do and committing your work hours to your life's passions. Here's how personality type assessment can help you achieve your goals.
INTPs are driven by a deep yearning to understand systems and what makes them work. They're analytical people who prize knowledge and love to come up with theories as to how systems can best operate. They are the masters of the Thought Experiment. While they seem to live very much in their minds, they get excited about innovation, devising theories about how things work, and testing their ideas. Hot
careers for INTPs
are those that put their talent for creative problem-solving to good use.
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