This is a discussion on INFJ careers - how do you pick one? within the INFJ Forum - The Protectors forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by Songs unsung I think the most common desires for INFJs (and many other people too) in their ...
Do you really? Teaching is my no no job, trying to teach in front of so many people and what if the students talk about you behind your back? It's like if you dont like a class, thatd just bring everything down for me? I always thought everyone would hate me as a teacher because id be too afraid of making jokes and making it fun (just in case they didn't like me) etc.??
How do you find working in a lab? I want to work in a lab myself so I was wondering, does it help you to make friends because it looks like a quite lonely place to work. Do you have to work on animals? and Do you ever just get tired and wish you did something else? Sorry for all the questions but I really am interested! :)
I didn't choose the thug life. The thug life chose me. Just kidding! I chose my line of work all through different opportunities that came into my life at the right time. I've been working since I was around twelve. I have done all different sorts of types of jobs. My longest career was as a high end bartender. Here in the U.S. You can make a killing in tips alone! Currently, I manage properties and I just got the position because I have the ability to interview well. I do freelance paintings or specialty art for fun part tis me. I think if you can help it, find something you love and are passionate about. I have known too many souls die from having to go to a 9-5 job everyday only to slowly die from going through the motions. I wish you the best in finding what works for you.
but jobs in writing.. like becoming the new albert camus.. would be a very interesting job for INFJs i find. I believe albert camus was infj by the way he wrote.. except just extremely despressed and jealous about life.