Jobs that’s suits your personality

2018-07-12 16:37:18

Confucius said “Find a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” It is easy to love your job when that job designs with your personality. For example, a very social person might love a job as a salesperson, while a shy person might find that job very difficult and even disagreeable. Here is a list of different personality types and jobs best suited for people with each personality.

The introvert
Introvert tends to work best alone or in small groups. Introverts can be much focused, they have strong attention to details because they enjoy concentrating on one task at a time. Review these job search tips and a list of the best jobs for introverts.

Industries: Animal care, museum work, information technology, science
Jobs:  Veterinarian, social media manager, computer programmer, research, book keeper, accountant, paralegal

The extrovert
Extrovert enjoys working in large groups and often prefers team assignments. They are comfortable speaking in public or leading group activities. They are also a multitasker who works best when juggling a variety of assignments.

Industries: Human resource, public relation, sales and marketing, health and wellness.
Jobs: Human resource represents, sales manager, real estate agent, physical therapist, actor

The organizer
Organizer is very detail-oriented and practical or arranges things in useful order. They enjoy conventional structure and order in daily life, they therefore enjoy following standard rules and procedures. Organizes enjoy jobs in which they can gather and manage data. They have desire to remote clutter, which allows them to enjoy tasks ranging from organizing on office to editing an article.

Industries: Publishing, embroidery, administration, finance
Jobs: Editor, copy editor, office manager, administrative assistant, accountant

The artist
Artist enjoys being creative and innovative in his or her job. Artists typically do not enjoy conventional work setting, but instead prefer to work on their own time with limited supervision and a flexible schedule. They prefer to implement their own ideas rather than managing for following the ideas of other.

Industries: Design, writing, marketing, public relation, music, theatre, fine art
Jobs: Interior designer, product designer, graphic designer/ artist, writer, marketing/ advertising executive, public relations representative, actor, composer, musician, chef

The enterprises
Enterprise is a born leader who enjoys the responsibility of mentoring other and building and maintaining teams of people. Enterprises often like to see projects through from start to finish, but they also understand how and when to delegate tasks to other. They tend to be very self confident and ambitious.

Industries: Academia, business, law, government, finance
Jobs: Professor, judge, corporate executive officer, business coach, lawyer, politician, mortgage banker

The caregiver
Caregiver is service-oriented and enjoys seeing to other people’s needs. The caregiver is a “people person”, who enjoyed both working alongside other and working for the welfare of other people. They are very responsible and reliable person and have strong organizational skill.

Industries: Medicine, education, sale, social service, administration, human resource
Jobs: Doctor, nurse, nutritionist, pathologist, therapist, teacher, social worker, retail worker, leader, event planner, office manager

The realist
Realist enjoys working with facts and achieving tangible results. He or she enjoys doing and creating rather than strictly thinking and analyzing. Realist often enjoys working with their hands, using equipment like tools and machinery. Being very practical, the realists are often very good at remaining clam even in difficult situations.

Industries: Sports and fitness, manufacturing, construction, transportation, business, agriculture
Jobs: Athlete, personal trainer, carpenter, plumber, mechanic, electrician, pilot, driver, business analyst, policeman, firefighter, farmer.