In our last post, we discussed How to Use The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® test (MBTI® test) to Make Decisions in College. Now that we know the MBTI Type is reliable through college and well after, how can you use that information in choosing a college major? Have your MBTI test results handy, and use the information below to learn more about your strengths and which fields suit those strengths. Haven’t taken the test yet? You can take the MBTI here, and come back when you’re finished!
Which studies are right for me?
If your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator results include the middle letters of S-T, your fields of study and job areas include, but are not limited to:
- Law Enforcement
- Skilled Trades
Your S-T Type is your Sensing and Thinking Type. Remember that your Sensing Type means that you tend to use your senses when gathering information. Sensing Types prefer real and tangible information. Your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Thinking Type leans towards making decisions through logical analysis and facts.
Should you be assessed as having an S-F Type or Sensing and Feeling, the following fields of study and job areas would be applicable:
- Health Care
- Religious Service
- Office Work
- Community Service
Recall that your F or Feeling Type equates to what you base decisions on, whereas if you fall into this category, you will generally make decisions on how your choices will affect others as well as yourself as you are empathetic and compassionate most of the time.
Should you fall into the N-F or Intuitive and Feeling category, your fields of study and job categories would include:
- Counseling/Human Services
- Art and Music
- Behavioral Sciences
Take into account your N or Intuitive Type. N Types are known for characteristics including looking towards the future and future possibilities and N types are generally imaginative and verbally creative.
Lastly, persons who assess and fall into the N-T category are proven to focus and partake in the following fields of study and job categories:
- Physical Science
It is important to remember that The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test is here to expand on your horizons and not to close opportunities or beliefs you might have. The MBTI test should not be used to constrain you from making choices that you feel strongly about. Even though the job categories as they pertain to Type are known to be your best fit type, this does not mean that other job categories should be removed from your list if you feel strongly about a job choice that might fall slightly out of your personality type best-fit job and study areas.
Develop a new understanding on how you work and think to benefit your college experience with the MBTI test below:
Learn more about your MBTI® test results and how you may use them to benefit your college experience.
With the extra information and further details given with the Myers-Briggs College Edition Interpretive Report, you will develop a new understanding on how you work and how you think, allowing you to choose a college major or course load that accurately reflects your personality—ultimately preparing you for a satisfying career in your future.
Plan your collegiate and career future based on your interests with additional analysis and guidance from the Strong Interest Inventory Report below:
Plan your collegiate and career future based on your interests with additional analysis and guidance.
Expand on the career focused recommendations and collegiate insight found in the Strong College Edition Profile with 9 additional pages of interpretive feedback found in this extensive 23 page Strong College Edition Profile plus Interpretive Report package. Find your best fit career path based on comparative analysis utilizing your like and dislike patterns when compared with other happy employees within 130 career families while receiving College based tips on optimal time management and major selection.
Choose a college major that works best with your interests, and then plan a rewarding career to follow your college career with the report below:
Choose a college major that works best with your interests, and then plan a rewarding career to follow your college career.
You’ll start college off right with knowledge on applying your interests and preferences to college majors and receive a detailed depiction of how your ideal career will mature if you work toward success. With the Strong Interest Inventory® & MBTI® Combined Career Report and the Strong College Edition Profile, you’ll set yourself up for success throughout college and into your career after graduation.
Find a fulfilling career that matches with your personality and interests, and develop a College plan for achieving that career with the MBTI Combined report below:
Use these reports to find a fulfilling career that matches with your personality and interests, and develop a College plan for achieving that career.
Set yourself up on the path to a career that fits with your MBTI® personality type as well as your interests and preferences. With these three reports, you’ll discover the ideal career for who you are at a base level, offering you a future of satisfying and fulfilling employment. In addition, find out which College Majors suit your interests and career goals.
Download sample MBTI® Career Report
Download sample Strong & MBTI Combined Career Report + Strong College Edition Profile Report
Download sample Strong Interest Inventory® College Edition Profile Report
Introduction to Type and Careers (Allen L. Hammer, 2007, CPP Inc.)
MBTI Manual (Isabel Briggs Myers, 1998, CPP Inc.)
Introduction to Type and College (Hammer & DiTiberio 1993, CPP Inc.)