Make an informed career choice
On the basis of your answers to the test you are placed in one of sixteen types. Your personality type says a great deal about you, your choice of profession, how you relate to others, your inclinations, and your compatibility with others.
The sixteen personality types can be subdivided into four temperament categories that broadly define inclinations and pre-dispositions. These temperaments are: NFs, NTs, SJs and SPs.
The ESFJ "Providers" personality type, for example, shares essential characteristics with ISFJs "Conservators", ESTJs "Supervisors", and ISTJs "Inspectors". SJs are dependable, they are inclined to serve the community and are recognized as pillars of society.
SPs include ESFPs "Performers", ESTPs "Promoters", ISFPs "Artists", and ISTPs "Artisans". SPs are adaptable, and artistic. They are action-oriented and spontaneous.
NTs are comprised of ENTPs "Inventors", ENTJs "Commanders", INTJs "Scientists", and INTPs "Architects". NTs are abstract and theoritical. Their self image is based on their intellect and ingenuity, and they are viewed as autonomous and independent.
The NF temperament features ENFPs "Transcendentalists", ENFJs "Teachers", INFJs "Counselors", and INFP "Seekers". Idealism and authenticity is the essence of NFs, and when helping others they are both nuturing and encouraging.