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ESFJ is one of 16 different personality types from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicators (MBTI). This personality group values logic, structure, and teamwork. If you’re in this category, you’re in great company: famous ESFJs include Danny Glover, Don Knotts, and Olympian Nancy Kerrigan.
On this page, we’ll help you better understand your strengths, weaknesses, and ESFJ career choices, with key suggestions for top ESFJ personality type careers.
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ESFJ stands for Extrovert, Sensing, Feeling, and Judging.
ESFJs are incredibly loyal, organized, community-focused, allowing for several viable ESFJ career paths. Because of their appreciation for authority and hard work, the best careers for ESFJs will be in industries with clearly defined roles and responsibilities.
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There’s a large variety of ESFJ careers, with some of the best careers for ESFJ personalities landing in the tech industry.
Springboard provides a self-paced curriculum structure designed to cater to the ESFJ personality. 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 the learning styles and success across the entire spectrum of ESFJ personality types.
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