Friday, July 23, 2004

A Computer Told Me What Career to Follow

Just kidding...another interesting "personality" test. These things are starting to scare me a little. Dead on several times. My current "career" is listed in here. Can you guess what I do for a living? No fair peeking at my profile...

Extroverted (E) 50% Introverted (I) 50%
Realistic (S) 51.61% Imaginative (N) 48.39%
Intellectual (T) 71.43% Emotional (F) 28.57%
Easygoing (P) 67.74% Organized (J) 32.26%

Your type is: ESTP

You are a Promoter, possible professions include - real estate broker , chef, land developer, physical therapist, stock broker, news reporter, fire fighter, promoter, entrepreneur, pilot, budget analyst, insurance agent, management consultant, franchise owner, electrical engineer, aircraft mechanic, technical trainer, EEG technologist, radiological technician, emergency medical tech., corrections officer, flight attendant.

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Funny actually lists a career I have considered several times. Guess what that is.


Tammi said...

I cheated and had already read your profile, but I think you've considered being a news reporter. (if not maybe you should!!)

Enjoyed these! Thanks

Pat in NC said...

The first sounds like a short version of Myers-Briggs. As a senior citizen, I don't think I have changed much from my I (introverted) S (sensing) F (feeling) P (perceptive).
Strange that I share many of your thoughts and feelings.

Kat said...

Tammi...LOL Believe it or not, I never actually considered being a reporter although I have thought about writing a book. Actually, my father is a retired police officer and at one time I considered going into that field myself. My current job I came by on accident. A friend of a friend of a friend kind of thing. It is who you know after all! :)

Pat...You know why we think alike? Because we were raised right. I know when I was a kid, you did the right thing, you were polite, you said "yes, ma'am and no sir" and if you didn't you were definitely bending over and grabbing your ankles for the spanking you were going to get.

Of course, my Dad never really hit us too hard or more than 2 licks, but the 10 minute lecture on how you had disappointed him before the actual spanking was worse than the 2 licks with the belt. By time he got done with the lecture, you wished he had just gave you the whipping and got it over with! LOL

Mike SC USA said...

BTW I'm NT (Rational) and ENTP (Inventor)

Robert said...

Extroverted (E) 57.14% Introverted (I) 42.86%
Realistic (S) 50% Imaginative (N) 50%
Intellectual (T) 63.89% Emotional (F) 36.11%
Easygoing (P) 55.56% Organized (J) 44.44%

Your type is: ENTP
You are an Inventor, possible professions include - systems designer, venture capitalist, actor, journalist, investment broker, real estate agent, real estate developer, strategic planner, political manager, politician, special projects developer, literary agent, restaurant/bar owner, technical trainer, diversity manager, art director, personnel systems developer, computer analyst, logistics consultant, outplacement consultant, advertising creative director, radio/TV talk show host.

Kat said...

Mike and Robert...what do you do for a living? No company names, just general job description.

I already know what Tammi and Pat do or did.

Hal Duston said...

Yes, quite interesting:
Introverted (I) 74.19% Extroverted (E) 25.81%
Realistic (S) 57.5% Imaginative (N) 42.5%
Intellectual (T) 73.33% Emotional (F) 26.67%
Easygoing (P) 52.94% Organized (J) 47.06%

Your type is: ISTP

You are a Technician, possible professions include - surveyor , fire fighter , private investigator, pilot, police officer, purchasing agent, chiropractor, medical technician, securities analyst, computer repair person, race car driver, computer programmer, electrical engineer, legal secretary, coach/trainer, commercial artist, carpenter, paralegal, dental assistant, radiological technician, marine biologist, software developer.

I am in fact a software developer here in the Midwest.

Kat said...

I guess these tests aren't too far off after all!

Padmanaban said...

There are lots of jobs in Chennai, so why can't you just apply for those jobs