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Myers-Briggs Personality Socio-Economic Status

Myers-Briggs Get to know your type. Knowing your Myers-Briggs Type can help you identify the typical strengths and weaknesses in your natural personality. Working on the known weaknesses for your MBTI type can turn your life around personally and professionally. Check out the statistics and descriptions below to see how common your personality type is, its average household income, and much more. INFJ ENFP Idealist Charitable, desire self-expression and originality. ISTJ ISFJ Guardian Likes rules to follow, desires structure. Artisan Free-spirited, party people. ESTJ ESFP Rationalist Creative, insightful problem-solvers and idea generators. ENTP INT) Artisan Strengths Weaknesses • Long-term commitments • Does not take criticism well • Takes things personally ESFP The Performer Working with Others Uses common sense Outgoing, friendly and accepting. Exuberant lovers of life and people. • Adaptable ESTP The Promoter Takes a pragmatic approach. Enjoys materlal comforts and style. • Flexible & Tolerant • Focus on the present • Learns by doing · Easily bored • Unknowingly insensitive ISFP: The Composer Quiet, friendly, sensitive and kind, Enjoys the present moment. Loyal & Committed Laid back & Adaptable • Good listener • Shies away from conflict • Hard to get to know • Withdrawn • Self-reliant • Handles conflict well · Efficient • Emotionally uncomfortable • Long-term planning ISTP: The Crafter Analyzes what makes things work and can organize large amounts of data. Guardian Strengths Weaknesses ESFJ: The Provider Warmhearted, conscientious and • Focus on other's needs • Money management • Honors commitments • Dislikes change • Takes blame for others • Trouble with conflict cooperative. Want harmony in life. • Loyal & Committed • Social & Enthusiastic · Born leader · Expressing feelings • Can be blunt & insensitive • Like to always be right ESTJ: The Supervisor Practical, realistic and matter-of-fact. Clear set of logical standards. ISFJ: The Protector Quiet, friendly and responsible. Notice and remember specifics about people they care about, • Good listener · Eager to serve • Great organization • Neglect own needs • Dislikes change • Takes criticism personally ISTJ: The Inspector Quiet, serious and very responsible. Value traditions and loyalty. • Orderly & Organized • Handles criticism well • Good listener • Too rigid • Needs to be right • Not in tune with feelings Idealist O Strengths Weaknesses ENFJ: The Teacher Warm, empathetic, and responsible. Finds potential in everyone and provides inspiring leadership. • Communication • Affectionate & Loyal • Honors Commitments • Harbors hurt feelings • Tendency to manipulate • Tendency to smother ENFP: The Champion Warmly enthusiastic and imaginative. Spontaneous and flexible and can improvise confidently. • Fun & Optimistic • Read others well • Communication • Trouble with conflict • Can be manipulative · Easily bored INFJ: The Counselor Seek meaning in all things. Want to understand what motivates people. • Good Listener • CommunicatlON • Insightful • Trouble with conflict • Can be manipulative · Easily bored INFP: The Healer Seek to understand people and help fulfill their potential. Curious and quick to see possibilities. • Loyal • Loving & caring • Reading other's feelings · Blames themselves • Reacts emotionally · Extreme dislike of criticism Rationalist Strengths Weaknesses ENTJ: The Field Marshall Frank, decisive, and notices inefficiencies. Enjoys expanding knowledge and sharing it with others. • Excellent with money • Takes criticism well • Goal setting • Controlling & intimidating • Appears angry • Impulsive ENTP: The Inventor Quick, alert and outspoken. Resourceful in solving new and challenging problems. • Communication • Laid back • Generating ideas • Poor follow-up skills • Easily bored • Argumentative INTJ: The Mastermind Strong drive for implementing their ideas and achieving their goals. • Highly intelligent • Honors commitments • Independent • Unwilling to take blame • Arrogant • Insensitive INTP: The Architect Seek to develop logical explanations for everything that interests them. Quiet, contained and analytical, • Laid back • Not demanding • Imaginative & creative · Explosive • Distrusting of others • Critical of others $85K Average Household Income by Type $80K $75K $70K $65K $60K $55K Artisans Guardians Idealists Rationalists % Male vs. Female ESFP ESTP ISFP ISTP ESFJ 60% 65% ESTJ ISFJ of men of women are thinkers ISTJ are feelers ENFJ ENFP INFJ INFP ENTJ ENTP INTJ INTP Average Education Level Achieved High School Unfinished High School Graduate Associate's Bachelor's Master's Degree Degree Degree ESFP ESTP ISFP ISTP ESFJ ESTJ ISFJ ISTJ ENFJ ENFP INFJ INFP ENTJ ENTP INTJ INTP 10.3% Rationaliste INTP INTJ 16.4% ldedlists ESFP ENTP ENTJ ESTP INFP INFJ ISFP ENFP USA % Population ISTP ENFJ ISTJ ESF) ISFJ ESTJ 46.4% Guardian Your MBTI Personality Personality tests can shed light on the strengths and weaknesses of your personality. Being aware of these traits can help you better interact with those around you whether in a professional or personal setting. Higher levels of education correlate with a higher income. Those not as concerned with education and income, thrive in social situations. Understanding your personality type can help you play into your strengths and weaknesses. Sources Proudly provided by CAREER Assessment SITE A Clear Path for the Future ESF) ENFJ INFP ENT) ISFP ISTE INTP ESTP ESFP ESTP ISFP ISTP Artisans Artisans INTP Idealists Guardians Artisans Rationalists Idealists Rationalists 27% Artisan

Myers-Briggs Personality Socio-Economic Status

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What socio-economic status does each personality type tend to have according to the Myers-Briggs personality tests? Learn what role in society, income, and average education each personality type tends to have.


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