At this point, I'm not sure I CAN stand a job. I suspect starting a few blogs where I make a couple dollars on each is the best option for me since I'd be my own boss, could work on my own, when and where I want, etc. Since I'm a software developer, I'm also thinking that building my own software product would be good. There's this thing called Micorpreneurship, which is where a software developer goes out on his own to create software for a very niche group. I'd love to do this for INFPs, but frankly, I have no clue what we could use. And that's odd, since I'm always coming up with ideas to help certain groups of people. But, if I could come up with something(linkedin for INFPs, as you said above) for INFPs, I think that would be key. I care passionately about being an INFP and thus, helping other INFPs find careers. So if I could do something to help them where I'm my own boss, that would be "ideal." But then whenever I say the word "ideal" I get a little freaked out because my head my be too far in the clouds.
My initial thought was some kind of website where we all enter our percentages of I, N, F and P and then the jobs we loved and hated. Then the software would compare you to others with similar percentages and say "hey, this person who is like you likes this job. Maybe you can give it a try." But I'm not sure there's any scientific basis for something like that. I think you need to take more into account, like cognitive functions, interests, etc.
If anyone has any ideas of what I could create that would be helpful for INFPs who are toiling over jobs, let me know. I just don't know the solution at this point. How the hell do we figure out what job suits us? ugh.
Also, like Flora, this is the part of being an INFP that I HATE. My home life is actually pretty great. I LOVE being a Dad. But every few months I HATE my job and can't deal with it and start searching for something else. Totally lame.