About ENFJ – ‘The Teacher’
ENFJs are people-focused individuals, who enjoy creating possibilities to help others with their long-term development. They understand the views of others and possess the communication skills needed in many occupations, especially in teaching and counseling. ENFJs prefer to learn new things and prefer environments that offer variety, problem solving, a focus on the future, and opportunities to be supportive of others and fulfill their humanitarian values. ENFJs make up 2.5 percent of the U.S. population.
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What Does 'ENFJ' Mean?
You gain energy from your outer world.
You value the possible, big picture, and future.
You base decisions on what concerns others.
You’re decisive and prefer structure
How Common are ENFJs?
Characteristics of ENFJs
They Most Value
They Appear To Others As
Warm, Supportive, Inclusive
Majors and Careers for ENFJs
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