ENFJs social nature and warm disposition make them well-suited for human service industries. People with this personality type may be good psychologists, social workers, teachers, clergy members, sales representatives, managers, human resources staff members, politicians, diplomats, entrepreneurs, and writers.
ENFJs are incredibly creative, yet are organized. They thrive in a workplace which allows them to “mix things up” from day-to-day. ENFJs have trouble with repetitive work, or work in which they are not able to interact with others. In addition, because ENFJs rely so much on their intuition and values, they are usually not well-suited for jobs that rely on impersonal logic.