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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Could this be the best job for ENFPS!!!

    you will be poor but social work def fits the ENFP personality.

    everyday different
    genuinely helping others
    deal with all kinds of interesting people
    get to give advice

    what other jobs fit ENFP personalities to a T!

    P.S. yes i did read the other job/career threads. But ENFP can always use more career threads as fickle as we are with jobs and all.lol
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    I don't know... I've thought about it. Especially in some country like South Africa or something but I kind of dislike the "being poor" part of it. I need my money to finance my many interests :s

    So I'm gonna stick with being an IT Consultant.
    - Pays good
    - You get to learn new complex stuff on a regular basis
    - You go to new environments on a regular basis
    - Depending on your role you get to talk to and please end-users
    - Someone uses what you build. It's gratifying (when it's good, otherwise you have something to work to :)

    And except for surfing, it has been the only thing in my life that I've always followed through which is good because the job hopping I think of more as a weakness and although I've thought about change I'm proud that there IS something I held on to (computers have interested me since I was 12). Makes me proud of myself. I kind of realize that I would get bored with a new carreer after a while too. So I decided change is necessary now and then yes but I see it more in terms of: new client, new projects, new ppl and maybe promotion to new role and keep extending my knowledge so I'm an expert at "something" at least.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    My best job:(from book about mbti:D-I am so creative to think up this alone;)))

    -In friendly enviroment full sense of humor, goodwill and minimum or NOT conflicts!!!
    -In enviroment where is appreciate my enthusiasm & imagination
    - Allow me to working in my own rhythm & by my own schedule with minim. rules and with leeway to spontaneous action
    -Is coherent with my beliefs and values-Allow me to create occasions, which bringing favors to others
    -(Aaaa what a long sentences!!!)
    -And : Let me create new ideas, producs,etc-which will help people, and after that knowing how projects become a reality. & get to know new people, learn new things and incessantly satisfy my curiosity.

    Oh yea I finished:)

    And where money?? Nowhere! only just to survive:p-and help others, and have for travels, and for new projects, and for my own disco pub and....:-)))

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    only just to survive:p-and help others, and have for travels, and for new projects, and for my own disco pub and
    LOL :) I rest my case...

    But you are right about the other stuff! Humor is very important to me too. I hate working with stiff ppl who don't treat there coworkers as friends and act all business like ALL the time. I have to be with them more then with anyone so they have to be fun!!

    But if I'm really fed up with things at work (because there will always be ups and downs) I'll just take a looooong vacation and go surfing. I'm leaving for France this Thursday... for three months ^^ hehe
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Although I'm not quite sure what I want to do, I think I've narrowed it down quite definitively to "teacher." I think being a teacher (especially of younger kids) is a great job for an ENFP. It's fast-paced, no two days are the same, the content can be really interesting, you can dream up new ways to get your kids to learn, you get to interact with people all day long, you may be able to make a big difference in a kid's life...I could go on.

    But what to teach?

    I'd like to teach disabled children. Or math/biology/physics/health/music/chinese/english. Or teach any of those to disabled children....

    We'll see!
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    teacher, psychologist and a volunteer involved with people are the three things i think i was born to do.
    im doing psychology.. coincidentally it pays the most money- strange that.
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    Wouldn't mind being a teen counselor honestly. I've always wanted to be 'that guy'. It's probably a thankless job and doesn't pay well, but teenagers in general are pretty much left to nothing. Too old to be taken care of by society and too young to be treated like adults. Annoys me that a lot of them can't enjoy some of the best years of their life because most of them don't get the acknowledgment that they fucking matter.

    Excuse the cursing, apparently I care more than I thought I did.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    here is a few things I have considered and think would be fun:

    wedding planner
    motivational speaker
    preschool teacher
    naturopathic doctor

    I don't want anything where I have to deal with details or finances. I can't do the exact same thing every day for very long. I need to work with people in a collaborative relationship. I need to be stimulated mentally, and I prefer jobs with little structure and/or supervision.

    I've decided recently I want to work as a counselor in a prison or juvenile detention center.
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Succeed Yea good atmosphere in work is very important-Once I was only one day in job and i quit becouse employer woman was vicious and edgy fellow. Haaaa vacation in France-great:))!! (And be careful about bazaa's salesmen -they give you a bangle and you have to pay for that.-Anyway:D-SUper cool avatar:)!!

    -teacher-so great -you can helping poor kids, do what you like and at the same time do sth good:).

    I don't have patient to children-and this is too responsible-& I am still adult child, so..:D-But when I looking after my little niece I seems to do it well-and then I have patient-but I am not assertive enough and I always let her to destroy my room.

    Inverse teen counselor -it's great job-I hate when people which take care about younger people with problems-even don't try to understand their situation and feelings-They need understanding, support and someone who can really help them.

    Aaaa and I wanna to be dietetician:)! This is one of jobs, which I could doing for free.I would like to help people to accept oneselfs, change their life to better and etc.:-) Talking about food is my passion:D
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Kaycee- I think that those kind of jobs could be fery helpful for other and very rewarding.

    We all want to helping, becouse we can identify with a people's situation and really try to help. _It's cute:).

    i wish You all find the best job for you with happy enviroment:)

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