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ENTJ is one of 16 different personality types from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicators (MBTI). ENTJs represent about 12% of the general population (3% of men; 1% of women). Famous ENTJs include Franklin D. Roosevelt, Margaret Thatcher, and U.S. Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi.
On this page, we’ll help you get a better understanding of ENTJ strengths, weaknesses, and the best ENTJ career choices.
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ENTJ stands for Extroversion, Intuition, Thinking, and Judging.
Also known as the Commander, ENTJs are born leaders who are motivated to create change. Articulate and quick-witted, they possess a natural vivacity that enables them to persuade others to see their point-of-view. When a system is flawed, the ENTJ notices it and enjoys the process of discovering and implementing a better solution.
Regardless of an ENTJ’s career path, they see themselves as a leader and are motivated to organize people and processes to achieve big picture results. Ambitious ENTJs yearn to gain power and influence. Blunt, decisive, and driven to get things done, they can seem critical or brisk in the pursuit of a goal. They size up people and situations quickly, which may make them seem presumptuous or even arrogant. ENTJs are charismatic and not easily swayed by the opinions of others. Politician, public speaker, and entrepreneur are examples of the best jobs for ENTJ personality types.
Below you’ll find a mix of the best careers for ENTJ personality types.
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