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    • July 17, 2014 3:11:19 PM PDT
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      I'm curious what everyone has chosen for a career, and what jobs they've done in the past. We're all intelligent and that P does make us bloody indecisive at times, so has anyone managed to find a career that suits them and stick at it? I find that I can't do the same job for too long, or I get bored and do something different. Is anyone else like that?

      I worked as a receptionist for a dept store, then in a call centre for an insurance company before I was promoted to a project coordinator (the first time). I then moved to the motor industry and worked as a cost clerk for Ford and then admin for Renault before becoming an internet moderator. And now, I'm a project coordinator again.

      Haven't figured out my career yet. This time last year, I was going to be an accountant, and now I'm leaning towards project management. Does anyone else find it hard to stick to one thing?

    • July 18, 2014 7:38:40 PM PDT
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      I was trying to decide whether or not to answer, as I would be the worst example for the cause. I have low self-esteem, zero self-confidence, a great deal of self-loathing. I wanted to be a writer, but that fell through. I thought about a science career, but my inability to speak in front of others prevented completing those courses. I tried the medical path, but that's just as bad freezing up when speaking person to person with strangers. I'm unable to get a job unless it's with family where I don't need to interview for the position where I am always a complete wreck avoiding eye contact, constant stammering, and long periods of quiet moments. I feel more than half of my job interviews probably think I'm a complete moron. This didn't help you at all did it?

    • July 18, 2014 8:01:41 PM PDT
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      Definitely feels difficult to settle on one thing. I tend to be a jack of all trades master of none. Right now I'm doing web design. It's not my passion, but it's highest paying skill I have.

      Eventually I'd like to get into something less draining that I'm really naturally good at... that my body just naturally takes to. I haven't really found something where I just love the process though.

    • July 20, 2014 3:09:25 AM PDT
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      This is the decision I am currently making! I now have a law degree but don't want to be a lawyer so I really don't want to sink any more money into something unless I'm really quite sure. But I'm INTP - I'm never quite sure! I have decided to go for what I feel would be fulfilling over money coupled with a job which is not constantly social. I have a huge interest in human behaviour so I think social research or academia (preferably on the research side). If I hadn't discovered my research interests along the way, I would probably go for editing/book publishing.

    • July 20, 2014 5:55:27 PM PDT
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      It seems as an INTP many kinda have to run "through the maze" and figure out what they want kinda through process of elimination :/

      Ooo research, that sounds interesting! What would a day to day job of that be like?

      My ears have started to prick up in regards to research... at least on a general level. I've started to realize how much I love learning about something and then refining it / spitting it back out into some sort of article. I've been wanting to start a blog at some point and see where that goes. Maybe I could make a book out of it? Or get into some other form of research. I kinda like "being on the hunt" for information.

    • August 11, 2015 10:47:07 AM PDT
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      I'm a Computer Programmer...

      I started programming computer's when I was 8 years old, and it was like I found my true love.

      So much so that I built 3 text based video games for my 8th grade science fair project and was the first student in the history of my school system to submit a computer program as an entry, won a blue ribbon. The games were pretty simple to, like "Guess a number between 1 and 10", "Paper rock scissors", and "Tic Tac Toe"... Months later I made a game like asteroids and was my first jump to graphics.

      So that was 8th grade, I was 13 and it was 1997..

      I pretty much knew at 8, that I was going to be a programmer when I grew up. Simply because I was fortunate enough to find my passion at a young age and I had the parents to provide me with what I needed to do so.

      I didn't just program though, I was a full stack kid. I had a network in my house before most people had internet. I had a CD-ROM in my computer before people knew what a CD was. Because my Step Dad was in IT and had access to the latest tech and brought it home or bought it.

      I broke the stuff constantly, so I taught my self to fix it. So by the time I was 15 I could build a computer, repair broken circuit boards (jump circuiting), build basic electronic components like an AM Radio. Write code in DBASE III, GW-Basica, Quick Basic, Where I jumped to Visual Basic 6 and then to the .Net Framework. I could setup networks, diagnose hardware problems, and many more things.

      As a result of this, I am a huge reverse engineer too. I often buy things just so I can take them apart and see how they work.

      When I graduated high school though, I could not find a job without a degree as I had the skills, but that kind of work around wear I live is sparse.. So I went to college online, never opened half of my text books, graduated, and got an internship.

      Now I've been doing it for a living for 6 years and I get recruiters poaching me weekly to go work someplace else.

      This post was edited by Deleted Member at August 11, 2015 10:48:34 AM PDT
    • August 12, 2015 1:12:53 AM PDT
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      At 46 I have decided that I am sick to death of living by other peoples rules in order to get a salary which sustains one just long enough to ensure the continuance of the stupid process. I am going to start a business. I have absolutely no clue what business as as soon as I have wrapped my head around one idea, another presents itself. In the meantime I get up every morning and live according to the wants of a capitalist who has no creativity or vision (what can one expect from insurance right!).
      Research - if I had known known that I was normal when younger and not forced into trying to be a sensitive, outgoinging people person who needed to fit into this world, I would have liked to do something in research! Or science (quantum physics) but I am useless at math :-(.

    • August 12, 2015 7:21:42 AM PDT
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      I don't know if this will qualify in relation to careers but.. my personal plans are to develop as sustainable a system as possible on raw land. To build my own house by means of natural building techniques (probably largely cob and recycled materials), to develop as expansive as possible a food forest and generally try to initiate a self-propagating system of natural abundance to rewild the landscape in which I live, if I find other people to do this with and our combined resources allow it, to produce our own electricity on site with photovoltaic technologies as well as possibly building a wind turbine - maybe even experimenting with piezoelectricity.

      I personally find participation and any means of supporting the current dominant trends of human socioeconomic organization on the planet to be unacceptable. Our species is degenerating rapidly, as I would think anyone of a recent generation would be aware, with diseases and infertility ever rising throughout modern "civilization". This isn't to say nothing we have done is of use and that we should try to revert totally to our past form but rather that the potentially beneficial technologies we have discovered are not being implemented in ways that benefit us and all the rest of the life on the planet. in fact, these dominant trends of privatized centralized production - focused on monetary profit (in the form of fiat currency produced by private central banks) inside a market economy which assumes separation, self-initiation, and scarcity - to feed decentralized consumerism are in the process of removing almost all of the life on the planet (probably with the exception of organisms such as tardigrade, some bacteria, fungi, and possibly some plants)...

      In order to oppose such wholly degenerative processes, I think it is vital that our species use whatever means we have to move towards decentralized opensource producerism based on ecology (considerations such as... the conditions of the environment, the needs of living things, the methods we have of meeting those needs, and how those methods affect the conditions of the environment). The practices of modern Permaculture seem to inclusively approach this, in combination with renewable energy technologies that can be implemented laterally as opposed to vertically...

      These are reasons which I think that the focus on a career is not at all enough in life...

      if anyone who reads this is interested in such things, maybe you will find this video interesting which discusses the Third Industrial Revolution and the Internet of Things, as it is being called by Jeremy Rifkin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xOK2aJ-0Js

      this addresses what I would consider to be one aspect of what is required, moving forward.. The other half is highly tied into ecology and again I think it is addressed quite well by the practices of permaculture.

    • October 9, 2016 1:38:28 PM PDT
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      Recently completed my Bachelor's in Forensic Psychology, following that I worked as a research intern. Currently applying for more research work in the forensic psychology field and I'm going back to university to do my Masters next year. The end goal is to complete my PhD and work in academia full-time, where I can be left alone in my office with all my books and data to analyse.

    • October 10, 2016 3:09:14 PM PDT
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      I am currently in the process of lifting my own business off of the ground. It's a bit on the heavy side. It is a hybrid business in which I get to design and sell merchandise (alone at my computer), edit photos (alone at my computer), and watch and compile data about my business and it's finances (alone at my computer). It deeply satisfies my feeling of importance toward individuality, my autonomy, and my creativity. I will no longer be constrained by somebody else's standards, schedule, and work ethic. Cheers. Whatever any of you do, just make sure you rep the INTP master race to it's fullest extent.

    • October 11, 2016 2:00:59 PM PDT
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      INTP's love being alone at computers.

    • November 20, 2016 8:32:33 PM PST
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      I'm currently working in customer service in a garden center due to lack of other options, but I find that drama from fellow employees is annoying and endless. I'm going for a degree in social services at the moment (switched last minute from business), but I'm considering changing it to psychology because I don't think I'd handle constant stressful emotional interaction well. Other careers I've thought about include park ranger (thought it would be a quiet job in nature, however, discovered it would have more to do with fishing licenses and parking cars, bleh), entrepreneur, writer, photographer, journalist, researcher, and biologist. Ideally, I'd still love to have more to do with writing and photography than anything else, but I also want to make enough money to afford a small place of my own (preferably with a cat), so I guess I need to make concessions...

    • November 2, 2017 3:25:47 PM PDT
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      Go for something that you enjoy doing or what your good at or something you always wanted in life but could not find it.

    • November 14, 2017 11:29:47 PM PST
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    • April 25, 2018 7:03:24 AM PDT
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      So all it took was one spammer to kill this thread? But I digress...

      I am a mechanical engineer. I have studied machinery all my life and have invested too much person time into figuring hot how something is made. I have worked in several different functions in a different companies. They were all technically related functions.

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      All careers are the devil

    • December 13, 2018 3:22:20 PM PST
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      Im an Industrial Machine Prostitute :-) Pay me enough money and I can and will work on any part of any industrial machine. This includes mechanical, electrical, controls, and programming. I have so far found it best to do it as a contractor. That gives me variety and new challenges all the time. Makes for good income, but a REALLY sucky personal life as Im gone most of the time.

      My passion is alternative housing and energy systems. So far built a solar system to run my fridge (still fleshing out the complete system with automation), and built my office from a 20 foot shipping container. Both are basically "experimental" to find out what works and what doesnt for a fully off-grid home built with my own hands.

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      I am fairly satisfied working in the sewer. My company does flow monitoring, line cleaning, smoke testing, geolocating, inspecting... pretty much anything that has to do with testing or maintaining underground water/sewer utilities. I have to be competent in many skills from general construction and carpentry to electronics programming and repair to pipe fitting, and more recently, wireless communication diagnostics as water and sewer monitoring move into the 'smart cities' arena. While I'm typically able to 'tunnel vision' on my specific task, that task changes from one job to the next so I don't get bored or burnt out over time. I dunno if its a INTP thing, but my unemotional nature makes it lot easier for me to do this work and stay calm in tight, dark spaces with lots of spiders and human waste, which is FAR preferable to jobs where I would have to deal with people instead.

      My pre-college career aptitude test identified me as 99% compatible with being a plumber. I called BS, but 20 years later that's pretty close to what I do.

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      I am a lawyer. That should make me more and infj-Counselor. And I have been identified as infj on a couple of occasions. However, I think that's certain aspects of my personality are close to the zero point. Or perhaps certain aspects of my personality swings over to the complimentary side. Hence my current INTP. And though I find myself living the counselor role in my work, I don't dream about engaging in the architect role. Sometimes how you can live it, by for example creating recipes for designing living spaces for my own personal use.

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