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Focused on making the world a better place, INFPs are both idealists and perfectionists. INFPs possess strong value systems, are future-oriented, creative, and highly religious or philosophical individuals. Driven to meet the needs of others, INFPs tend to choose creative or human service-oriented careers that allow them to use their instinctive sense of empathy and remarkable communication skills. INFPs represent 4.4 percent of the U.S. population.
You gain energy from your inner world.
You value the possible, big picture, and future.
You base decisions on what concerns others.
You’re adaptable and prefer flexibility.
Family and Consumer Sciences
Graphic Arts Management
Human Resource Management
Bilingual Education Professor
Child Life Specialist
Customer Relations Manager
Home Health Social Worker
Human Resources Specialist
Industrial Organization Psychologist
Labor Relations Specialist
Public Health Educator
Special Education Teacher
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