I am amazed by this new knowledge & can't believe I didn't pick this up in psychology in h.s. or college. Im proud to be in the 3% of men in America, who are INTP!

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Someone With Similar Joy (not verified) says...

I feel the same too. We and others (Not including all INTPs, but are including the other personalities) are happy as well. 

Harmon Cardon (not verified) says...

5% men 2% women

3% total average.

Lei wulong (not verified) says...

Too much indecision and no direction since I gave up on med school.  Help.  

Jake4079 (not verified) says...

Woah.. right there with you. Wanted to pursue something that would be challenging, lucrative, exciting and respected. Realized I wouldn't be happy following so many rules and restrictions. Now I have no clue what to do. I have a bachelors in biology and a minor in chemistry but not really a fan of the career path for bio or chem. Industry is a slow work-your-way up process..which means taking orders from a boss and doing mindless tasks that require little/no problem solving. The RnD side is definitely more interesting and requires more critical thinking and problem solving. But you will still be forever stuck beneath the PhDs - which I hate. I want to be able to work autonomously and be at the top. I actually wanted to go and get another BS in computer science, but really unsure. Seems like CS would give me autonomy to work on projects and would pay well. Bio and chem jobs dont really pay.. Its frustrating when I have friends who graduated the same time I did with a degree in engineering and are now making twice the amount I am. As you can tell from this comment, I too feel like I have no direction...

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