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INTJ: Scientists

INTJs being orderly and structured, understand the consequences of actions and like to plan in advance. Being practical they plan accordingly in order to achieve desired outcomes. Decision making is a breeze for the pragmatic INTJs who project an aura of self-confidence. INTJs enjoy theoretical and abstract concepts and are stimulated by challenges and problem solving. Being perfectionists, they set high expectations and achieve their goals with tenacity and determination. INTJs are drawn to scientific research and are capable of significant contributions with new ideas and insights.

  • Naturally attuned to “the big picture”
  • Rare combination of imagination and reliability.
  • Tenacious and strong willed
  • Stimulated by challenges and drawn to create solutions
  • Perceive deep patterns and causal relationships.
  • Value intelligences
  • Natural thirst for knowledge
  • Focused on the future rather than the present
  • Project an aura of self-confidence
  • Live in the world of ideas.
  • Pragmatic and perfectionist
  • Reserved, prefer solitary work to group work

This lists represent careers and jobs people of your type tend to enjoy doing. The job requirements are similar to the personality tendencies of your personality type. It is important to remember that this is not a list of all the jobs possible. And it is very important to remember that people can, and frequently do, fill jobs that are dissimilar to their personality... this happens all the time...and sometimes works out quite well.

  • management consultant
  • economist
  • scientist
  • computer programmer
  • environmental planner
  • new business developer
  • curriculum designer
  • administrator
  • mathematician
  • psychologist
  • neurologist
  • biomedical researcher
  • strategic planner
  • civil engineer
  • intellectual properties attorney
  • designer
  • editor/art director
  • inventor
  • informational-graphics designer
  • financial planner
  • neurologist

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