Occupations of ENTPs?

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This is a discussion on Occupations of ENTPs? within the ENTP Forum- The Visionaries forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; I have an ENTP partner. He's a brilliant salesman. Very gifted talker. Just curious as to what ENTPs find are ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Occupations of ENTPs?

    I have an ENTP partner. He's a brilliant salesman. Very gifted talker. Just curious as to what ENTPs find are fulfilling careers?

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    If he is a gifted talker, he probably qualifies for multiple jobs.

    I say an auctioneer, lawyer, consultant, marketer, and anything that has to do with interaction with people.

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    Unknown Personality

    There's a lot of careers that an ENTP can potentially find fulfilling. Judging by the manner in which I shifted from one career idea to another, I could find myself changing careers all the time, not out of dissatisfaction but merely due to the pleasure of interacting with others, and communicating thoughts and ideas to the environment.

    I'll add to Lance's list, and suggest public relations, management, journalist, property developer/manager, and even stuff like running restaurants.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    ENTP's can probably qualify for any job due to their intelligence and ability to communicate.
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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    ENTP's can probably qualify for any job due to their intelligence and ability to communicate.
    This guy speaks the truth. ENTPs have a large amount of jobs to choose from ... and we normally go through them all. The best place for a ENTP is where their are challenges. We love challenges, weather they be Logical or Physical.
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    I work in high-end real estate. It is a very people-oriented job that requires high communication skills and the swift engendering of confidence in oneself to strangers. I perceive building this confidence while maintaining absolute objectivity and honesty a worthy challenge. My career also allows me flexibility in my schedule and affords me to be my own boss, which is very important to me.

    With that said, I grow weary of doing the same thing year in, year out. My hope is to be able to maintain my current career while making room within my schedule to accommodate different future enterprises.

    Among other ideas, future "co-career" ideas for me include writing (both prose/narrative and philosophical in nature), outdoor adventure coordinator/guide, and some heretofore undefined job pertaining to analysis of business's directives and public perception (essentially an advertising-related job).

    I am often restless. Prior to the job I hold now (and have held for ten years), I had many different jobs.
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    INTP - The Thinkers

    I always thought we would make good teachers since we can deal with people and have enough logic to help others.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Hehe, Wolfish ENTP and wolf cannot be a teacher.... I can be an advisor, or lecturer... but I tend to dislike people that can't keep up with me (another ENTP flaw.... "When in groups ENTPs often think the people they are working with are moving to slow")

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Hmm... Some very different answers! Definitely pause for consideration, I can see him as a teacher and as a real estate salesman.

    I sometimes wonder whether he would be a great inventor, or the ideas man for an inventor... I say this because the practical application of his ideas is rarely attempted or realised, he comes up with some great inventions that I think would actually work. He's very enterprising, always looking for a new idea, new opportunity, but rarely acting on it until he can connvince someone else of his idea and they want in and make all the moves for him. He also finds self-motivation difficult. Could you work just as solidly if you weren't reporting to a boss?

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    INFP - The Idealists


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