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  1. #101

    The truth is no matter how hard an infp tries which is just too hard, they never be like entx, still the opposite, too shy n emo, dats the truth why infp gets no money, that type=natural incapability to speak or do anything, too difficult to live
    entx on the other hand is extroverted n loud ppl always get the money it how it work, entj te dom and se/ni opposed to pathetic function fi Dom/ne

  2. #102

    Hey Jack -- you bring up an interesting point. INFP can make money in higher-paid 'caring' positions like physio, podiatry, etc. Working in a clinic of any kind, you can clear 100k+ depending on how long and hard you work.

    But ... though the INFP may enjoy the feeling of stability that comes with cash, I reckon their real drives often lie elsewhere. I.e. in places where money doesn't measure what makes them tick.

    Seeing as they don't like bossing people or being bossed, management is usually not preferred.
    And seeing as they generally prefer not to screw people over, they'll do stuff for free even when they should charge.

  3. #103

    Hey CupcakesRDaBest! Yup you are an ENF, but also a J--so you are organized, people-oriented and a 'driver' i.e. you will get s*** done. You're like a more 'human' ENTJ ;) Just gotta be careful when asked to do things that make logical sense but are discordant with your values ... !

    As an ENFP, have had to really develop Te and get organized to be effective in the world. Us ENFP/ENTP have extraverted intuition at the helm which means that 'the possible' is our drug of choice. We would rather be spewing new ideas out like over-powered lawn sprinklers than getting things done in a logical, practical manner ... you've got the focus so go make da moneyz :)

  4. #104

    Quote Originally Posted by ENTPreneur View Post
    ENTJ, ESTJ and ESFJs etc are drawn towards management. Who at this time of age- and historically - are grossly overpaid compared to average Joe...

    That skews things thus.
    Hey ENTPreneur--you've got it. It's all about your primary drive.

    If your primary drive is to: 1. Fit in to an existing structure; 2. Exploit that structure to the fullest; 3. Shape that structure so you keep benefiting in perpetuity ... well hey presto, 1-2-3 you're a winner. To ENTJ and ESTJ this formula is rather obvious ... the clever and dominant figure out how to win the game and everybody else is a loser ;) :) this is also why so many people fake being ENTJ's, they want to be 'winners.'

    But if your main drive is something else ... ? For ENTP/ENFP, Ne means we get off on idea generation. People with Fi get off on exploring the depths of their inner realms. Se get off on having the latest flashy sportscar.

    I want to see a graphic showing who has the best ideas, the most fun, the happiest life, the fewest divorces, the coolest conversations, etc.

    An ESTP wants to see a graph showing who has the hottest car, the biggest engagement ring, the most expensive house, the sexiest wife. ;)

    You get what you measure!!!

  5. #105

    Quote Originally Posted by Rainbow Catfactory View Post
    Hey Jack -- you bring up an interesting point. INFP can make money in higher-paid 'caring' positions like physio, podiatry, etc. Working in a clinic of any kind, you can clear 100k+ depending on how long and hard you work.
    Not sure if I've ever met an INFP working in medicine.

  6. #106

    Quote Originally Posted by Arzazar Szubrasznikarazar View Post
    Not sure if I've ever met an INFP working in medicine.
    Close INFP friend worked in a pharmacy for quite awhile before health issues caused some personal problems that her employer was less than understanding about.

    Might find some INFPs as the doctor/person in charge, but it's probably a lot easier to find an INFP working in the medical field by checking the nurses, assistants, and other vital support staff doing the thankless work that very few people notice.



    I did find some of the one word descriptors used in the first post interesting, as some are a bit different to others I've heard in the past (such as the ones that PerC uses, for example). For me, as an ISTP, the related descriptor would be Innovator. Seems appropriate, as more than once in the past I've come up with unorthodox solutions that often weren't the most buttoned up or streamlined (aka, very convoluted redstone wiring in Minecraft just to operate a secret door). Got the job done, though.

    I found the 'weaknesses' particularly amusing. It lists "Emotionally uncomfortable" and "Long-term planning." A few years ago that would've been totally true, but I've lately been crushing the shit out of both of those rather thoroughly. INFP friend has even confirmed a significant change in that first weakness.

  7. #107

    Loving the compensation chart! haha

  8. #108

    I had a chance to work with an INTP recently. He is an electrical engineer, and is incredibly talented. He held pretty strong beliefs, but was not very aggressive. He was not hungry for personal power or control, and tended to doubt if he could do the job (he totally could!). They say that this type is the type that can best be trusted with power, because they don't seek it, unlike many ENTJ's. So if you're looking for a graph where people can excel at different things, make one that includes Not abusing power.

  9. #109

    The graph just shows who holds more value to money. ENTJs tend to care more about materialistic things than others. Truth.

    I hope nobody infers the info in OP's post as a way to see who is most successful. Success is subjective and personal.

    Money isn't everything.
    Korvyna, ENTPreneur and sirhiro thanked this post.

  10. #110

    I'm currently working in a college as a facilities coordinator (glamorous, I tell ya). I've got another year before I'm vested and then I'll really only be working until I'm ready to take the plunge into photography full time. Working on upgrading my lenses first, as well. Also, it'll depend on when my job stops being enjoyable. My income is certainly nothing to brag about, but it's also just our play money. I did get an Associates years ago, and was working towards a Bachelors, but realized it was only to get the piece of paper not to help advance my career, so I ended up calling it quits to focus on my photography and writing.

    As for my INTJ husband... He's got his MBA and is working in the federal government in a finance type field. He is holding off a couple of years and then likely going to start on his PhD. He retired out of the army a couple years ago after achieving the rank of Captain. For an awkward and anti-social introvert, he's incredibly good at public speaking in his fields of expertise. Meanwhile, I'm super outgoing and extroverted, and I suck at public speaking.


     
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