One of the biggest INFJ pain points is career dissatisfaction. It’s hard to find a job that meets all of your needs, captures your interest, and honors your values. It’s a small wonder, then, that many INFJs are exploring entrepreneurship.
But is it right for you? Consider some of the pros and cons before deciding.
What’re the best careers for an INFJ?
No one-size-fits-all INFJ career exists. If you want to find the right work for you, you’ve got to consider your…
And I’m a big believer in the idea that you could do many jobs in any field, so long as they honor your unique, INFJ wiring.
But after doing some research, it’s clear that some careers for an INFJ are often better than others. Let’s explore 12 popular ones.
One of the biggest challenges for an INFJ is finding a satisfying career.
We’re not content to do just any work. We want to do work that we’re passionate about and that makes a difference in the world.
It doesn’t help that suitable INFJ careers are hard to come by. The world doesn’t have our gifts in mind when it creates job write ups, which is no surprise, considering we’re the rarest personality type.
While well-meaning people will try to give you helpful advice, most of the time their advice ends up being more harmful than it is helpful, especially for INFJs who don’t know themselves well yet.
This begs the question: Why do most people have a hard time thinking of good INFJ careers for you? Let’s look at three reasons.
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“What careers would be suitable for me?”
Have you asked that question? It doesn’t matter whether you’re getting ready to enter your freshmen year of college or you’ve been in the workforce for years now, many of us still wonder what we’re meant to do. I definitely did.
Before this year, I had a hard time figuring out what I was passionate about and where my greatest strengths lie. Then, I learned something about myself that turned out to be a game changer…