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ENFJ is one of 16 different personality types from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicators (MBTI). This particular personality type, dubbed the Protagonist, is extremely charismatic and passionate. Natural-born leaders, the best careers for ENFJs will offer opportunities for growth and project management.
Because of their love for showmanship, ENFJ careers are often in the entertainment industry, with notable members including Johnny Depp, Ben Affleck, and Ben Stiller. Of course, ENFJ career choices are not limited to entertainment, and on this page, we’ll offer ENFJ career advice by helping you better understand the best fit for an ENFJ personality type career.
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ENFJ stands for Extrovert, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging.
This personality group is small but mighty, making up only 2% of the population. They’re often described as contagiously energetic, creative, and kind. The best careers for ENFJ personality types will be in industries that encourage collaboration and innovation.
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There are not a lot of options for ENFJs, with most ENJF careers falling in the creative fields.
Springboard provides a self-paced curriculum structure designed to cater to the ENFJ leaders. By covering an extensive curriculum, accessible mentorship, and providing the tools for a self-driven portfolio, Springboard has adapted its many career tracks to cater to various learning styles, and successfully prepares its students for a variety of ENFJ personality careers.
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