Careers For ISFP Personalities

Introversion, sensing, feeling and perception are the four words that make up ISFP - one of the 16 psychological types that are used in the publications of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. ISFPs account for about nine percent of the population. ISFPs prefer to take a supportive role and are rarely assertive or demanding of attention. They typically excel artistically, enjoy the process of taking in the sensations around them, are sensitive to texture, colour, and tone, and have an innate sense of what will be aesthetically pleasing. Living in the present moment, they prefer to enjoy the simple pleasures of life instead of seeking wealth and power.

In the workplace, ISFPs need more than just a job. Their greatest need is creative freedom, and they crave a tangible outlet for their imagination and a chance to express themselves artistically. They need flexibility, opportunities for improvisation, and immersive work that engages every sense. These individuals are natural artists, musicians, designers, and photographers.

Here are Sokanu's Best Careers for ISFPs ~

A list of 9 careers Updated July 19, 2016

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