ISFP careers (based on research)
ISFPs tend to enjoy a career if it involves applying experience to practical work, and supporting values or causes they believe are important. They like working alone, or with individuals they like or whose company they enjoy. Although ISFPs tend to be quiet, they like helping others to enjoy themselves. ISFPs prefer careers in which there is more:
- thinking about ideas and information (Introversion)
- dealing with facts and tangible outcomes (Sensing)
- making decisions using subjective values (Feeling)
- using a flexible workstyle, that goes with the flow (Perception)
Most Popular Careers
The careers chosen most often by ISFPs (according to our research with people already in work) include the arts, personal assistant, teaching, computing, accountancy, administration, nursing.
Most Enjoyable Careers
Research shows that the most popular careers are not always the most enjoyable. Enjoyment depends on how well the career matches your unique personality, the nature of the job, and various other factors. You can find out which careers you will enjoy most by completing our career test.
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©2013 Team Technology. Further articles/resources that may be of interest include: Personality Test, Personality Type Descriptions, Myers Briggs overview, The Basics of Team Building, What Career is Right for Me?, and Career ideas.