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INFJ – Paris, France

Paris offers an unprecedented combination of class, culture, history and style. The city has been a metropolitan melting pot of artists and intellectuals since its first days and is unbearably attractive to the idealistic NFs of the world. Valuing privacy but feeling deeply engaged with the artistic community, INFJs find themselves blending nicely into the cosmopolitan streets of Paris. They are able to explore their interests in depth, engage with the history of the nation and keep to themselves as much or as little as they please. The delightful French culture of Paris sits well with the INFJ – who is as rare a gem as the city itself.

Happy to be close by and time to visit again, sounds good.

Check out the source for other types:

Here’s Where You Should Live Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type | Thought Catalog | Page 2
 

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Eww... Paris... There's plenty of places I'd rather live, than in a city famous for it's smell of piss.

It sounds rather nice to live in Florence or Switzerland, but even if money wasn't an issue, I wouldn't want to live there.

If I had to choose another country than the birthland of giants, I'd choose Denmark, primarily because I love the Danes. Can't stand the landscape though (it's too flat), so I would want to live a place where I wouldn't have to see it, like Copenhagen.

I would try to live in the US if I had millions of dollars at my disposal. I don't know which city I'd move to, but I'd probably choose a big city close to the coast like Seattle, New York or LA.
 

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I guess I'm where I should be


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What a coincidence, I was looking at this yesterday.. but a different article: Which MBTI type are modern countries?

This one lists INFJ in:
Sweden
Romania - sounds beautiful.
Denmark
Norway
I want to live in a frigid Socialist paradise like Norway.
Switzerland

Beautiful landscape, but I'd prefer Switzerland:

 

And I'm not so surprised that Australia is associated with ESTPs. :exterminate:


Quote mother: "Denmark? I've lived there. It's depressing... but the people there are true."
 

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What a coincidence, I was looking at this yesterday.. but a different article: Which MBTI type are modern countries?

This one lists INFJ in:
Sweden
Norway


Romania - sounds beautiful.
Switzerland




And I'm not so surprised that Australia is associated with ESTPs. :exterminate:
I'd be interested to hear how accurate the "ISFJ" tag is for the Swiss, either from someone who has lived in the country or more familiar with the culture (and beyond fawning over the landsape).
 

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INTJ - Seattle, USA

As the most highly educated and most literate city in the United States, Seattle offers an ideal fit for the cerebral INTJ. This type is open-minded yet guarded, curious yet hesitant and private yet deeply intrigued by all aspects of the human experience. Seattle itself offers similar contrasts: It is progressive yet secluded, wealthy yet humble and urban yet environmentally conscious. INTJs find themselves perfectly at home in this progressive city, as the science and technology fields attract NT types in hordes. This means they have an ideal peer group to share thoughts, ideas and theories with. Plus the gloomy weather tends to drive people indoors, so the INTJ is free to shut themselves away to work on their latest project.


I have actually wanted to live in Seattle for quite some time. Also, is it bad that after I read the first few words in the description "As the most highly educated and most literate", I expected the next word to be "type"?
 

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No, Paris is cliche. I rather live in New Zealand. Herding sheep in peace on my small farm sounds so much better than Paris.
 
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Yupp, Seattle sounds ideal to me. yet another sign pointing me in the direction of Seattle. Interesting. I'm fearful of the endless cloudy days/rain tho. I need sunshine or it affects my mood.
 

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I think an INFJ could find happiness in San Diego, at least I know I would. It's where I see myself buying a home and retiring, super laid back, eclectic, perfect weather.
 

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After visiting Seattle / Washington many years ago, I decided it was the area I wanted to live. I moved here 13 years ago and can't imagine living anywhere else. I actually live about an hour from Seattle in a more rural area, right on Puget Sound. Have a secluded home in the woods on a small amount of acreage.

BTW, INTJ is the one other type I feel might describe me.
 

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I like Seattle quite a lot although I prefer Portland, my boyfriend similarly prefers Portland. Shanghai is my favorite though, as I grew up from 9-14 there even though it's apparently perfect for an ESTJ :p.
 

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I have lived in Paris, and it is gross. Humid and gross. Definitely not my ideal.

I'm with most of the other commenters here: it's Northern Europe for me. Everything just seems neater, calmer, and more polite. And more beautiful. Denmark, Norway, England, Scotland – all lovely places. I'm quite fond of Montreal too.
 
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INFJ – Paris, France

Paris offers an unprecedented combination of class, culture, history and style. The city has been a metropolitan melting pot of artists and intellectuals since its first days and is unbearably attractive to the idealistic NFs of the world. Valuing privacy but feeling deeply engaged with the artistic community, INFJs find themselves blending nicely into the cosmopolitan streets of Paris. They are able to explore their interests in depth, engage with the history of the nation and keep to themselves as much or as little as they please. The delightful French culture of Paris sits well with the INFJ – who is as rare a gem as the city itself.

Happy to be close by and time to visit again, sounds good.

Check out the source for other types:

Here’s Where You Should Live Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type | Thought Catalog | Page 2
Ah, I can't stand Paris, world capital of snobbery and foul cigarettes. I might live somewhere in the French countryside, but not Paris.

I'd like to live in the mountains, at high altitude. That's where I see myself in five years.
 

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Sure, Norway is beautiful but NOT a place for dominant intuitives.
More like the ultimate Si dom country. ISXJ.

I like a country with ENFP personality :crazy:
 
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