INFJ personality types want meaning and connection from anything they do. The deeper and more meaningful connections, the better, The best careers for INFJ personalities are occupations that connect with people and how they think.
We’ve created an extensive list below of comprehensive job descriptions that are a good career fit for the INFJ an introverted, but highly social personality type.
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The INFJ personality type is labeled as the “Advocate,” “Counselor” or the “Idealist.” INFJ personalities are creative, gentle, and caring. They can be reserved, but under that cool, confident veneer, they are tuned in to what others are feeling.
INFJs base their decisions on their values, which are deeply personal to them. Idealistic, they want to build a bright and better future. If you’ve always wanted to make the world a better place, then you might be an INFJ.
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