Finding a job that can hold your interest, capture your imagination, and inspire you is, to say the least, difficult for many introverts, but it’s especially challenging for intuitive introverts. The Myers-Briggs personality type known as the INFJ is no exception. Choosing just one of your many interests — as well as something that will pay the bills -- is anything but easy.
And often, the work that intrigues you most lacks security, is hard to come by, or requires years of study. So what’s an INFJ to do? If you’re an INFJ — or a similar intuitive introvert type like an INFP or even INTJ or INTP — and you’re feeling stuck, tune into today’s conversation because we’re going to tackle this topic head on.
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