I just took the Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test and the result is very interesting. It says that I am INTJ ,which really suits my profile. Here is the detailed description and results:
Introvert(11%) iNtuitive(25%) iNtuitive Thinking(12%) Judging(44%)
You have slight preference of Introversion over Extraversion (11%)
You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (25%)
You have slight preference of Thinking over Feeling (12%)
You have moderate preference of Judging over Perceiving (44%)
Generally, INTJs have successful careers in areas requiring intensive intellectual efforts, presenting intellectual challenge, and creative approach. Due to the characteristics mentioned above, successful INTJs are found in technological companies, particularly in research and development, and also found among corporate lawyers, high- and mid-rank managers in technology companies and financial institutions.
Computer Programming – yes
Natural Science – why not
Teaching Natural Science – why not
Engineering – yes
Management – yes
Entrepreneurship – yes
Law – hm
Librarian – why not
INTJ: Working Effectively Together with Others
Your type INTJ belongs to the NT group. ENTJ, ENTP, and INTP types as well belong to the NT group. You would likely find it easiest to interact with these four personality types belonging to the NT group because these people perceive the world and evaluate happenings in a similar way as you do.
The most likely challenging for you to get along with individuals from the SF group composed of ESFJ, ISFJ, ESFP, and ISFP types. This is because the people in this group are dominated by mental functions of consciousness that are totally opposite to your own. These people perceive the world and evaluate happenings in a starkly different way.
Your iPersonic Type: The Individualistic Doer
Individualistic Doers like you are self-assured and very independent people. You are a quiet and realistic, very rational, extremely matter of fact person. You strongly cultivate your individualism and enjoy applying your abilities to new tasks. But you are also a very spontaneous and impulsive person. Individualistic Doers are good and precise observers who register everything which goes on around them. However, you are not so sensitive as regards interpersonal relations and are surprised when you occasionally rub someone up the wrong way with your direct and blunt manner. You are not particularly fond of obligations; but if you are given space, you are an uncomplicated, sociable and cheerful individual.
Individualistic Doers enjoy challenges – action and the odd kick are simply part of your life. You love tempting fate and many people of your type have risky hobbies such as skydiving or bungee jumping. This also applies to your workday life. You are in top form in critical situations; you can grasp situations, make decisions and take the necessary steps extremely quickly. Hierarchies and authorities impress you very little; if a superior is not competent, you will have little respect for him. You like to take on responsibility. You have a marked sense of reality and always find the most suitable and expedient solution for a problem. You resolve conflicts openly and directly; here, you sometimes lack tact but you are also very good at taking criticism yourself.
If one wanted to characterize you with one word, it would probably be “independent.” Few types are as freedom loving and individualistic as you. You should find a working environment where rules and structures play a secondary role, where the hierarchies are flat and where you won’t be limited to detailed projects and work flows. Your freedom to act cannot be large enough as far as you are concerned. You want to deal with things in the way you think it makes sense; how they relate to your own (high) standards and you don’t need others telling you how things must be done.
Titles and established authorities don’t impress you in the least. If someone is competent in your eyes, you have no problem occasionally listening to him/her. If he/she is not, there is no way that you’ll obey his/her instructions just because he/she has got a sign with “department manager” hanging on their door. Furthermore, you are all for equal rights and would prefer that everybody have the same rights.
You hate deadlines and obligation just as much as you dislike long-term planning. In regulated and hierarchic environments, your direct manner can also get you into trouble. Not all bosses appreciate constructive criticism. Could it be that you already got into trouble in school because you did not feeling like learning something because you believed it to be irrelevant? It is almost impossible for you to silently put up with a dreadful situation in order to avoid conflict. In not too conservative and authoritarian settings, your contribution will probably be more appreciated than in other traditional professional environments.