Personality Types
Personality typing is a tool with many uses. It's especially notable for it's helpfulness in the areas of growth and self-development. Learning and applying the theories of personality type can be a powerful and rewarding experience, if it is used as a tool for discovery, rather than as a method for putting people into boxes, or as an excuse for behavior.
Have athletic or mechanical ability. Like to work with objects, machines, tools, plants, and animals. Like to be outdoors. Examples Could be: forestry, lifeguard, the military, recreation work,. Aircraft Controller, Electrician, Carpenter, Auto Mechanic, Surveyor or Rancher
Like to observe, learn, investigate, analyze, evaluate, or solve problems. Enjoy intellectual activities, science, and medicine. Examples. Biologist, Geologist, Anthropologist Chemist, Medical Technologist, Physicist
Have artistic, creative abilities. Like to work in unstructured situations. Enjoy using their imaginations. Examples might be: entertaining, writing, creative arts, and musician. Musician , Writer, Decorator, Composer, Stage Director, Sculptor/Sculptress
Like to work with people. Would enjoy informing, helping, training, and enlightening others. Are excessively verbal and skilled with words and public speaking. Examples might be: counseling, nursing, and teaching. Teacher, Counselor, Speech Therapist, Clergy Member, Social Worker , Clinical Psychologist
Like to be involved with people. Would enjoy influencing, persuading, and leading others. Like being “boss” and running things. Examples could be: business manager, real estate agent, salesperson. Manager, Salesperson, Business Executive, Buyer Promoter, Lawyer
Like to work with data and numbers. Have clerical ability and like to follow directions carefully. Enjoy detailed and repetitive work. Examples might be: Banker, Financial Analyst, Tax Expert, Stenographer, Production Editor, Cost Estimator

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