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This is a discussion on MBTI Types and Salary, Education, and Population within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; Originally Posted by Sensational So according to this, ‘data’ Er so I noticed no type has an average of accomplishing ...

  1. #241

    Quote Originally Posted by Sensational View Post
    So according to this, ‘data’

    Er so I noticed no type has an average of accomplishing a bachelors
    &
    But Every type had an average above 50k



    Looks like they what? Took this stat directly at technical/community college (hence no degree past) and what listed the students projected income per intended field? Hence no Highschool drop outs, yet no one with bachelor degree.

    Nuff said
    Nup, thats just mean vs median. Mean/Average value is pushed up by high earners, while the average education level is not affected since there are no calculations involved, its just the median value.

  2. #242

    Quote Originally Posted by Shrodingers drink View Post
    Nup, thats just mean vs median. Mean/Average value is pushed up by high earners, while the average education level is not affected since there are no calculations involved, its just the median value.
    You think thats the median for everyone?
    I want to see their test pool

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    I bet a lot of the folks who have been identified as ENTJ on those statistics are in fact, ISTJ, ESTP, ESFP and ENTP. Mostly ISTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sensational View Post
    You think thats the median for everyone?
    I want to see their test pool
    Agreed that it could be something like average/median full time income. In Aus we have a full time median income of 60k, and average full time income of 87K. Times that by the 0.7 exchange rate and it looks similar.
    So what we really need is details of which MBTI type is most likely to be an unemployed bum. I reckon us ENTPs might score a bit higher in that index!

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    Well, no. Not really.
    Last edited by Scoobyscoob; 04-29-2019 at 03:35 AM.
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  7. #246

    Listing highly intelligent as a distinguished feature of INTJ's throws me off a bit. It doesn't relate to us anything about the nature of the INTJ function stack in my mind. INFJ's are insightful. That corroborates with Ni. INTP's are analytical. Ok, that sure sounds like Ti Ne. INTJ's are... highly intelligent. Is Ni Te intelligence itself?

  8. #247

    Here's my idea. Be an MBTI maniac and waste your time = probably make a lesser profit. Be an MBTI maniac and charge people for some "services" associated with it etc. = make a larger profit.
    I could even make a chart depicting the theory for y'all

    idk about education and population


     
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