The Myers-Briggs assessement is a recognised personality test designed to measure how people perceive the world and make decisions. It is also a great tool for your career choice.
If like us you too are always looking for ways of improving yourself in both the personal and professional aspect then here is an interesting test that can help you understand your personality better and make decisions accordingly.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator first published in 1962 is a simple but long set of questions designed by a mother-daughter duo Katherine Briggs and Isabel Myers who were interested in the psychological theories of Carl Jung, a very famous Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist. Initially designed to understand women entering the work force, the test has now evolved and has been taken by millions of people since its inception. Based on four dimensions of personality (Extroversion (E)/Introversion (I), Sensing (S)/Intiution (I), Thinking (T)/Feeling (F), Judging (J)/Percetion(P)) the test outlines 16 different types of personalities according to how they answer the questions.
The result is a personality code of a combination of the four letters that helps in identifying both unique and general aspects of the individual’s personality. These answers can help in getting a deeper understanding on the personality and then using it to make important career and life decisions.
You can do it online for free on this (inaccurate):
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Once you know your result, check below 5 of the best jobs for each of the 16 Myers-Bridge personality types.