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ISFPs live in a world of sensational possibilities and are in tune with the way things look, taste, sound, feel, and smell. They have a strong aesthetic appreciation for art, and they are likely to be artists in some form because they are gifted at creating things that affect the senses. ISFPs are quiet, reserved, perceptive, and sympathetic individuals with little desire to lead or control others. They usually choose careers where they are given a great deal of autonomy so their natural artistic abilities can operate at their best and allow them to be consistent with their strong core of inner values. ISFPs are natural artists, counselors, and teachers. They rarely enjoy the fast-paced corporate world. ISFPs make up 8.8 percent of the U.S. population.
You gain energy from your inner world.
You value the actual, practical, and present.
You base decisions on what concerns others.
You’re adaptable and prefer flexibility.
Criminal Justice and Criminology
Music Media Production and Industry
Natural Resources and Environmental Management
Risk Management and Insurance
Air Traffic Controller
Cartoonist or Animator
Coach (High School, College)
Fish and Game Warden
Insurance Fraud Investigator
Personal Fitness Trainer
Public Relations Specialist
Teacher (High School)
Teacher (Special Education)
Television Camera Operator
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