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ENFPs are creative, energetic, outgoing, service-oriented individuals with well-developed verbal and written communication skills. ENFPs are the driving force that makes things happen and therefore are natural leaders. They work logically and rationally, and they are unique problem solvers. They are intuitive and perceptive about people and make good team players. Possessing a broad range of skills and talents, ENFPs often change careers several times. They seek out careers not confined by strict schedules and mundane tasks but provide a flexible environment that challenges them with new opportunities to see their innovations become reality. ENFPs make up 8.1 percent of the U.S. population.
You gain energy from your outer world.
You value the possible, big picture, and future.
You base decisions on what concerns others.
You’re adaptable and prefer flexibility.
Child Life Specialist
Criminal Justice and Criminology
Nutrition and Dietetics
Education (Elementary or Secondary)
Hospitality and Food Management
Graphic Arts Management
Advertising Account Manager
Broadcast News Analyst
Child Welfare Counselor
Computer Systems Analyst
High School Guidance Counselor
Human Resources Manager
Public Health Educator
Public Relations Specialist
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