Get career exploration tips per your personality type and learn how to best maximize an occupational search using a four-step process: goal setting, gathering information, networking, and decision making. These detailed write-ups explain how each step of the career exploration process is best approached by each of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) 16 personality types. Click on your personality type below to learn more.

ISTJ

Personality Type Career Tips

ISTJ

Introversion - Sensing
Thinking - Judging

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ISTP

Personality Type Career Tips

ISTP

Introversion - Sensing
Thinking - Perceiving

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ISFJ

Personality Type Career Tips

ISFJ

Introversion - Sensing
Feeling - Judging

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ISFP

Personality Type Career Tips

ISFP

Introversion - Sensing
Feeling - Perceiving

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INFJ

Personality Type Career Tips

INFJ

Introversion - Intuition
Feeling - Judging

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INFP

Personality Type Career Tips

INFP

Introversion - Intuition
Feeling - Perceiving

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INTJ

Personality Type Career Tips

INTJ

Introversion - Intuition
Thinking - Judging

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INTP

Personality Type Career Tips

INTP

Introversion - Intuition
Thinking - Perceiving

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ESTP

Personality Type Career Tips

ESTP

Extraversion - Sensing
Thinking - Perceiving

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ESTJ

Personality Type Career Tips

ESTJ

Extraversion - Sensing
Thinking - Judging

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ESFP

Personality Type Career Tips

ESFP

Extraversion - Sensing
Feeling - Perceiving

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ESFJ

Personality Type Career Tips

ESFJ

Extraversion - Sensing
Feeling - Judging

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ENFP

Personality Type Career Tips

ENFP

Extraversion - Intuition
Feeling - Perceiving

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ENFJ

Personality Type Career Tips

ENFJ

Extraversion - Intuition
Feeling - Judging

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ENTP

Personality Type Career Tips

ENTP

Extraversion - Intuition
Thinking - Perceiving

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ENTJ

Personality Type Career Tips

ENTJ

Extraversion - Intuition
Thinking - Judging

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    Further investigate the intricacies of your personality with this detailed report of your MBTI® type and its features.

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