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Trashy romance novels are pretty fun to come up with.

Overly long names, ie, Mirabella Amethyst Priscilla Madeleine Eleanor St James Stuart, the Duchess of Blackwood + gravity defying silken luxurious locks of hair + melodramatic scenes + two models with wardrobe malfunctions + a cheesy tagline + a title that can but may not include the words 'seduction', 'dark', 'danger', 'hunger', 'night' 'passion' or 'Duke/Lord/Earl' = the front and back covers of a really really trashy romance.
 

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Right now I'm interested in working (or rather helping) with children in preschool, preferably Montessori.
 

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I was staring down the possibility of becoming an actuary when I was contacted out of the blue by a progressive, seemingly too good to be true software company halfway across the nation for a technical role with a lot of variety and skill involved. I moved out and haven't pined for actuarial science since. Actually, I never pined for it; it was more like a very boring backup plan.
 
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Nurse.

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Nah, I think ISTP's could do great at nursing. Our bedside manner could probably use a little work, but the technical aspects would be a piece of cake and we could handle the stress of the job much better than most, especially in something like an ER or a trauma ward.

I second romance novelist for the most un-ISTP career.
 
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