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That can happen. It can depend on what you were doing near the test taking. You may have been doing tasks that had required J or you are near the border of J and P.
And yet Fortune 500 firms tested people for decades in order for teams to better understand each other...
@Jersey2 Are they the same people who crashed the market in 2008?
You mean the market that no matter when you bought... 2005...2008...2011...2019...2020... that you would have made a fortune on? Yeah, they are the same. Awesome growth! Woot!
@Jersey2 Irrelevant much?
It made me a lot of money. Pretty relevant to me. But the issue in 2008 was a real estate bubble caused by people like Barney Frank, Democrat from Vermont. He wanted people to get housing loans without showing proof of income. That led to “liar loans” which fueled massive speculation. $37k year people buying $700k houses in order to flip them in 6 months for $50k increase. Then the bubble burst. Then robo loans, toxic funds, and boom.
Introverted, intuitive, feeling, judge
And yes it’s very much me lol. Somehow I’m always a “leader” in my groups but of course with good intentions.
Interesting... since, I'm an ENTJ, I wonder what it would be like to have you in one of my groups. It would be nice to be able to delegate someone to mentor others... you would be capable and effective.
Yeah! I’ve never met an ENTJ either (to my knowledge)
Apparently the rarest, yet all over this website.
We had to do those MBTI tests for school and I've gotten INFJ every single time. You just see it more online because that's where introverted people spend more time online than extroverts.