Be it MBTI, socionics, enneagram, or whatever system you favor: Is the job that you are currently employed at one that is recommended for your type? (Example: an INTP working in I.T., an enneagram 2 as a teacher, an ISFP artist, etc.) The obvious follow-up question being: Do you like what you do? And lastly: What is your dream job, and is that recommended for your type?
For the past year and a half, I've been working in a food testing laboratory. My job is to make all the culture media for the main lab and path lab techs--agars, broths, test tubes, etc. It doesn't exactly scream "great ESFJ job!" but I really like it. I'm basically a chef, except none of my food is safe for human consumption. Only foodborne pathogens. Ironically, I'm terrible at actual cooking even though that's basically what I do all day. I don't interact with the general public at all, just my coworkers. And even then, I only have one other person in my department who's with me all day. But the lab isn't very big, so I see my other coworkers regularly throughout the day.
If I could have any job in the world without money, health, or time being issues... Well, my first choice would be not to work at all because I love free time. But after that, I would enjoy being a nature photographer. There is not a lot for me to do with that hobby here in the suburbs. It's all concrete. And I don't have the money or time for travel to places worth taking pictures of. So it's more of a dream job than an potential actuality. I would also enjoy being a novelist. I've written one book that's set up for a sequel, but I haven't attempted to publish it (or even finished editing it). I wrote it for my own enjoyment, and not necessarily for anyone else's, so I don't think I ever will. Still, in an ideal world where I didn't have to worry about time or money, I could potentially enjoy making a career out of it. However, "artsy things" aren't exactly recommended jobs for ESFJs either. While I would make a good caretaker, teacher, and what have you due to my charm, charisma, patience, and attention to detail, I don't think I would enjoy it very much and would ultimately find it extremely stressful. I don't mind taking care of others, but I don't want to feel pressured to do so. I'd rather do it because I want to, because I really care about those people on a personal level. I've worked in customer service before, and while I was amazing at it and customers actually liked me, it was... obviously not something I wanted to do forever. I'm great with people, I make them feel comfortable, I get them to laugh and feel at ease, and I'm very, very patient... but it becomes draining. I would rather pursue some creative endeavors and save my "caretaking" energy for those who are closest to me.