We talk about three ways you can use the type theory to help you decide on a career - to look at the needs of your type, to look at your achievements, and to look at type tables of the different professions. We explain each approach and illustrate it with examples provided from career counselors. This issue also contains fascinating stories about why Fs are underpaid, and using the MBTI in outplacement.

"The EN-Ps are the most likely to answer to a survey, 'Yes, I'm interested in car wax,' even if they never wax their car. Their opposites, the IS-Js, will answer, 'No, I'm not interested in car wax' and you'll find out later that they wax their car four times a year without fail."

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