My curiosity regarding Socionics is based in looking for a new job/career. I am 59 and have been in the wrong line of work for 20 years. Most job counselors are geared to younger age groups. That said, I need to identify my core strengths. As a ENFT I can and have been able to do many things and that is a problem. I like an initial challenge and dislike the routine it settles into after the problems are solved and the routine sets in. That is one example. I am wanting an unbiased "opinion" as to what my real strengths are that would allow me to locate a job more closely suited to my behavioral preferences. Meyers Briggs is great but is lacking something. Socionics may be the missing link and I am trying to understand how it applies to a job description. So, my 2 questions are, how does someone go from a ENTP to an ISFP when going from Type to Socionics and wher is a laymans explanation on what the applicable jobs are based on the Socionics information. I am assuming the Socionics is more applicable than just Type or does one use them together? Do us both a favor and keep it simple. ;)
exactly and the question is what career/jobs that I am qualified for on the basis of not wanting to go back to get a lengthy degree would be applicable. What areas would work best, XXXXX XXXXX but best, XXXXX XXXXX type. And what is my type now?