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    ENTJ: Life's Natural Leader!

    The ENTJ personality type are very career-focused, and fit into the corporate world, among others, quite naturally. The ENTJ is constantly scanning their environment for potential problems which they can turn into solutions. You generally see things from a distant perspective, and are usually successful at identifying plans to turn problems around - especially problems of a corporate nature. The ENTJ is usually successful in the business world, because you are so driven to leadership. You’re tireless in your efforts on the job, and driven to visualize where an organization is headed. For these reasons, ENTJs are natural corporate leaders. These are just some of the ENTJ factors which comprise your list of personality traits that you can use to find a perfect career match.

    Extraverted with Intuition, Thinking and Judging. Your career personality profile would include the following natural tendencies among others:
    • Breadth of interests
    • Grasp of possibilities
    • Use of logic and analysis
    • Ability to organize
    • Orientation to decision making
    • Tough mindedness
    • Big picture orientation
    • Clear sense of correctness

    There are more natural list of personality traits making up the ENTJ self personality profile but those above indicate a natural ability for careers calling upon drive, leadership, innovation, and tough-minded analysis; so, ENTJs are often found in management and leadership positions. The ENTJ drive to establish structure and their orientation to concepts and abstracts makes them naturals for careers where they can make policy, plan for the future, and take on responsibility. ENTJs are naturals for fields like sciences, particularly the physical sciences. Whatever the field the ENTJ will most probably lead!

    The ENTJ personality type will move naturally towards careers that lets you lead, be in control, organizing and perfect the operating systems of an organization so that it runs efficiently and reaches its goals on schedule. Meeting challenges that stimulate the ENTJ intellectual curiosity and lets you work with complex and often difficult problems is often preferred by you and careers calling for that will be prized. Also, careers that allow you to manage and supervise others, using logical and objective standards and policies that utilize each person’s strengths but without having to deal daily with interpersonal squabbles you will be drawn to.

    Examples of careers often chosen by the ENTJ personality as a career personality profile fit include:
    • Management Consultant
    • Attorney Administration
    • Human Resources Planner
    • Computer Operations/Systems
    • Sales Manager
    • Corporate Executive Manager
    • Credit Investigator
    • Marketing Professional
    • Personnel Worker
    • College Administrator
    • Health Administration
    • Education Consultant
    • General Consultant
    • Employment Development Specialist
    • Biology Scientist
    • Research Assistant
    • Psychologist
    • Social Scientist
    • Chemical Engineer
    • Social Services Worker
    • Federal Executive Manager
    • Business/General Self-Employed
    • Corrections Officer
    • Life Scientist
    • School Principal
    • Chemistry Scientist
    • Student Personnel Administration (college)
    • Auditor
    • Financial/Bank Manager
    • University Professor
    • Restaurant Manager
    • Dentist
    • Reading Teacher
    • Designer
    • Lawyer or Judge
    • Education Administrator
    • Computer Programmer
    • Psychodrama Therapist
    • Fine Artist
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Family Practice Physician
    • City, County, State Govt. Manager
    • Photographer
    • Accountant
    • Nursing Consultant
    • Pathology Physician

    ENTJs are found much less often in careers that require ongoing attention to the spiritual, emotional or personal needs of others, or that require high levels of pragmatic nurturing, including:
    • Police Detective
    • Director of Religious Education
    • Factory Supervisor
    • Clerical Supervisor
    • Cleaning Service Worker
    • Guard
    • Bookkeeper
    • School Bus Driver
    • Religious Order Lay Member
    • Typist
    • Hairdresser or Cosmetologist
    • Physical Therapist
    • Dental Assistant
    • Priest
    • Food Service Worker
    • Fire Dept. Manager
    • Cook
    • Child Care Worker
    • Journalist

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    INTP - The Thinkers


    Actually, I was a nanny for an ENTJ engineer and an ISTJ doctor, and they appreciated my business-like approach to the work, but it was in a private home. I don't know how I would be with a lot of children.
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