I wouldn't consider what I'm doing a career, more like that thing I'm doing while I put the pieces of my life back together and figure out what it is I really want to do. Before my current position, I was in graduate school in an MA program. I put all my eggs in one basket and plans fell through. I also became pessimistic about the educational process in the US and decided that most educational institutions are just selling the general public into the idea that a university education is necessary to achieve a good level of pay, good job, etc. Experience is also needed and if you've been in college for 10 years, you don't have a lot of that.
I wish I had followed my dreams. I was really in to music and was a pretty good musician when I graduated high school. I, unfortunately, lack some of that self esteem stuff that INTJs are supposed to inherently have, so I decided not to go that route.
I'm looking in to teaching, but for the most part, at least at anything under the college level, I'd be more of a babysitter than a teacher. I've thought about the possibility of continuing with graduate school and am 100% sure that in my field of study, I could be accepted anywhere as I would have recommendations from top scholars in my area. I have education/experience in this field and it's really where I see myself.