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This is a discussion on MBTI Types and Salary, Education, and Population within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; Originally Posted by rageoveralostpenny So, considering an ENTJ, not only is it highly likely that they have a high IQ, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rageoveralostpenny View Post
    So, considering an ENTJ, not only is it highly likely that they have a high IQ, but a high EQ too, as the extroverted function means they can communicate their ideas successfully.
    I thought EQ was about emotions, not extroversion.
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    It appears even how many people participated in the survey? I am really skeptical if you can actually see what income you have based on personality type, and stuff like that. I think that is really individual, and your mbti doesnt say much about your future. For example I hear often how people spreading desinformation about fi doms very often/allways are depressed, which is completely wrong. I think a lot people tend to believe in things they wanna hear, and ignore information that they value as negative/bad for them own beliefs. Personally I am also skeptical to mbti, beacause I am got 5 different types. But mostly ISxP. But also INTP, INFP, ISFJ. I have never got the same mbti types 3 times in a row.
    Note: bad English can occur, not a native English speaker.


     
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