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ESFPs thrive on new experiences and having a lot of contact with people. Possessing strong people skills, they tend to choose careers that allow them to help people in practical ways and often find themselves in the role of peacemaker. ESFPs enjoy work that is independent, resourceful, and allows them to have plenty of hands-on involvement and see the results of their efforts. They are great communicators, collaborators, and team players. ESFPs make up 8.5 percent of the U.S. population.
You gain energy from your outer world.
You value the actual, practical, and present.
You base decisions on what concerns others.
You’re adaptable and prefer flexibility.
Child Life Specialist
Criminal Justice and Criminology
Family and Consumer Sciences
Human Resource Management
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Natural Resources and Environmental Management
Risk Management and Insurance
Chef or Head Cook
Home Health Aide
Human Resources Manager
Personal Fitness Trainer
Public Relations Specialist
Real Estate Agent
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