Definitely an ENFP thing - each job is just a pitstop until the next one. Even if I stay there for years, I always think about what's going to come up next.That said, it's REALLY difficult for me to be 100% satisfied with my job. Mostly because I'm always wondering what's next. I don't know if I'll ever really be able to settle on one career path for very long, which is bad news for my pension.
Yeah, and since The Perfect Job (aka one with all the coolness factors above) is pretty darn hard to find, especially for people like us who tend to be "Jack of All Trades and Master of oh-look-a-butterfly" (complete with college minors incompatible with the majors, checkered resumes, and an alarming trend for taking flight if one's ideals are trampled on), I'd say the sentences "I am an ENFP" and "I am disappointed with my current job" are quite likely to come from the same mouths.If involves creative thinking, lacks uncomfortable social dynamics, gives me some degree of autonomy, pays the bills, allows opportunity for growth and new learning, and does not conflict with my values, I'm pretty pleased.