Your sales career starts here!

To post a job, login or create an account |  Post a Job

Ready for a change?

Your next career starts here

Sales jobs in Canada

Updated everyday with new, exciting opportunities

Looking for the best talent?

Post your job opportunity on our website

Arrow
Arrow
Slider

Featured Careers for Myers Briggs Test Personality Types

thedoo
September 26, 2017

Many people are deciding to change their careers during a major economic downturn. Usually, important career change will make you go back to school. Back to school can be a difficult decision, especially if you've started your career. To help decide which career type you should follow, we've made a list of careers that are best suited to each of the 16 Myers Briggs personality types.

ESTJ ESTJ

Military, Company Managers, Managers, Police / Detective, Judges, Financial Officers, Teachers, Sellers, Government Workers, Insurance Agents, Insurers, Care Advisors, Trade and Technical Teachers, Mafia Dons. Natural leaders, they work best when they are in charge and maintain the rules.

ISTJ

Managers, administrators and managers, accountants, policemen, judges, judges, lawyers, medical doctors, dentists, computer programmers, system analysts, computer specialists, auditors, electricians, math teachers, mechanical engineers, steel workers, technicians, military members. Compared to the ESTJ, they have the details and memorization, but they work more behind the scenes rather than the leader as a leader.

ESFJ ESFJ

Home economics, nursing, education, administrators, childcare, family practice doctor, clergy, office managers, advisors, social workers, accounting, accounting, secretaries, organization

leaders, dental assistants, homeowners, radiologists, receptionists, religious educators, speech therapists. They work best in jobs where they can apply their natural warmth when building relationships with other people.

ISFJ

Interior designers, designers, nurses, directors, managers, secretaries, childcare / early childhood development, social work, counselors, paralegals, clerics, office managers, retailers,

accountants, house makers, gardeners, clerical supervisors, curators, general practitioners, health workers, librarians, medical technicians, typists. Traditional and down-to-earth work best in jobs where they can help people reach their goals, or where the structure is needed.

ESTP ESTP

Sellers, marketers, police, detectives, paramedics, medical technicians, computer technicians, computer technical support, entrepreneurs, comedians, agents, race car drivers,

firefighters, soldiers, loan sharks, congresses, accountants, carpenters, artisans, farmers, workers, service providers, transport operations. They have a gift to respond to and solve immediate problems and convince other people.

ISTP

Police detectives, forensic pathologists, computer programmers, system analysts, computer specialists, engineers, carpenters, mechanics, pilots, drivers, athletes, entrepreneurs, firemen,

paramedics, construction workers, dental hygienists, electrical engineers, farmers, military, probation officers, steel workers, transport operations, slaughterers. With the ability to keep calm

under pressure, they perform in any work that requires immediate action.

ESFP

Actors, painters, comedians, adult entertainers, sellers, teachers, counselors, social workers, childcare, fashion designers, interior designers, consultants, photographers,

musicians, human resource managers, clerical supervisors, coaches, manufacturer supervisors, food service staff, receptionists, recreational staff, religious educators, respiratory therapists. Optimistic and fun, their enthusiasm is great for motivating others.

ISFP

Artists, musicians, composers, designers, childcare workers, social workers, lawyers, teachers, veterinarians, forest guards, naturalists, accountants, carpenters,

clerical supervisors, secretaries, dentists and medical staff, waiters and waitresses, chefs, nurses, mechanics, physiotherapists, x-ray students. They tend to do good in art, but also to help others and work with people.

ENFJ

Teachers, consultants, psychiatrists, social workers, lawyers, clerics, salesmen, human resources, managers, event coordinators, politicians, diplomats, writers, actors, designers,

house makers, musicians, religious workers, writers. They have a gift to encourage others to update themselves and provide excellent leadership.

INFJ

Advisers, clergy, missionaries, teachers, medical doctors, dentists, chiropractors, psychologists, psychiatrists, writers, musicians, artists, psychics, photographers, childcare workers, education advisers, librarians, marketers, scientists, social workers. With an idealistic vision, they do the best when they realize that vision.

ENFP

Actors, journalists, writers, musicians, painters, consultants, psychologists, psychiatrists, entrepreneurs, teachers, lawyers, politicians, diplomats, television reporters, marketers,

scientists, representatives, artists, clergy, public relations, social scientists, social workers. Very creative and enjoyable, they perform on careers that enable them to express their ideas and spontaneity.

INFP
Writers, Artists Driven by a strong sense of personal values, they are also very creative and can provide support behind the scenes.

ENTJ

Managers, CEOs, organizational founders, business administrators, managers, entrepreneurs, judges, lawyers, computer consultants, university professors, politicians, credit researchers, employee relations, marketing department manager, mortgage banker, system analysts, scientists. They are born to lead and can lead the organization to their vision, using their excellent organization and understanding of what needs to be done.

INTJ

Scientists, engineers, professors, teachers, medical doctors, dentists, business strategies, organizers, business administrators, managers, military attorneys, judges, computer

programmers, system analysts, computer specialists, psychologists, photographers, research departments, researchers, university teachers, chess players. They have a special skill to understand difficult, complex concepts and building strategies.

ENTP

Entrepreneurs, lawyers, psychologists, photographers, consultants, sellers, actors, engineers, scientists, inventors, marketers, computer programmers, comedians, computer analysts,

credit researchers, journalists, psychiatrists, public relations, designers, writers, artists, musicians, politicians. Very freedom-oriented, they need a career that enables them to act independently and express their creativity and insight.

INTP

Physicians, chemists, biologists, photographers, strategic planners, mathematicians, university professors, computer programmers, computer animators, technical writers, engineers, lawyers, forensic researchers, writers, artists, psychologists, social scientists, system analysts, researchers, surveyors. Very analytical, they can discover connections between two seemingly unrelated things and work best if they use their imagination and critical thinking.

Leave a Reply