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Guest (not verified) says...

you think your special 1 percent out of 7 billion, is around 70,000,000 women that are like you congrats.

Guest (not verified) says...

If you had done your research, you'd know that only 5.5 million people in the US are ENJT, not 70 million.

Guest (not verified) says...

Well I mean 5.5 million is like 2% of 300 million. Pretty rough numbers, and 70,000,000 is right in that it is 1% of the entire population of the world (~7,000,000,000)

ClaytonSnider (not verified) says...

No that's 1% of women are ENTJ, whereas it's 1-3% of men. There are apx 3,791,561,932 women worldwide, 49.6% of the 7.6 billion total population. So you may fix your answer if you want, now that you have acurate information fed to you.

Guest (not verified) says...

I'm kinda a mix between ENTJ and INTJ. I'm fine with either one tho. E/ITJ Woman!!

Guest (not verified) says...

Me too!!!!!

Elle (not verified) says...

Ever since i did the MBTI test, i personally think that i understand myself more. It really can why i do things the way i do. Even for dating.

But damn for being 1% in the entire world for being an ENTJ - it feels great to be special and unique.

IlyssaG says...

That is awesome!  I am ENTJ and a woman too! :)

TheManOfMenstruation (not verified) says...

Tbh, scored an ENTJ i had this fate thing where, since elementary, till college, till today, i always, chosen, to be in charge or sumthing, schoolday, workday, or hanging out. Eventhough 95% of the time i dont want to.... .

I just want to get everything done and come home... . XD

Felda (not verified) says...

So am I - I see we are part of the 1% of the population! No surprise, really.

Annabeth Chase (not verified) says...

I am also an ENTJ woman!

Kel (not verified) says...

This is so correct. Gosh I am amazed. I came in very skeptical but went out more convinced.

Guest (not verified) says...

This test was very interesting. The results are accurate!

Guest (not verified) says...

extremely accurate

Jeam (not verified) says...

Most interesting - but I always knew it! Many thanks

E. Jackson Hodges says...

Ok...you got me, to the T!

Guest (not verified) says...

Wow....this is me.

Guest (not verified) says...

ENTJ, all the way. Such a fantastic test- I took this test as part of my college course,in my early twenties and couldn't see the fuss about the results.10 years later, it brings the truth home and how!!! Great site.

Guest (not verified) says...

I bet my kids and coworkers wrote up this description of my personality. It's been particularly hard to be a woman with this personality type. I'm sure over the years, plenty of people have called me a 5-letter word behind my back, while men with this personality type are applauded as having integrity, intelligence, and leadership. But I have finally come to a place where my traits are useful, and since I work with quite a few men who are either INTJ or ENTJ, I am appreciated.

Guest (not verified) says...

I am also an ENTJ, but I don't feel appreciated. What profession did you choose that made you feel so appreciated?

Kalan (not verified) says...

I've found anything with exposure to people to be very rewarding. A sales atmosphere is particularly beneficial because of the competitiveness and ability to make good money without a degree.

Victor P (not verified) says...

I am actually surprised at my result! It does sound a but like me, but I do believe in a higher spiritual power to the utmost. It seems to me this is my role in the workplace more then anything, but still decently accurate! I love cars and racing and sometime in the near future hope to make a career out of it, so add that to the list of careers they ETNJ can do!

Guest (not verified) says...

estp.

Guest (not verified) says...

ESTP

Guest (not verified) says...

really cool to find out some things that i suspected all along lol!

Guest (not verified) says...

Wow...as an ENTJ female in the workplace, the profile of a typical ENTJ sounds so much like me that it leaves me speechless. If I can just figure out to how to work with an ISTJ boss, life would be even more grand than it already is! ...my boss has made it pretty clear that he doesn't like having me as a subordinate, but oh well. He won't be my boss forever. As I recently thought to myself when he was being a jerk, "I won't let his behavior tear me down because the way I see it, as long as I maintain my professionalism and a cool-head, this is an opportunity to demonstrate resilience in the face of adversity, which be a bonus for me in the long run."

Guest (not verified) says...

I know what it's like to work with an ISTJ superior. I go back and forth between "It's so perfect -- we're on task and getting things done" and "Huh????"

Someone New (not verified) says...

I recently had to part ways with a business partner who was probably ISTJ, although it's possible he was an ISFJ.

My other partners, people who I work very closely with, are both NTs and that works out much better.

Like the other commenter says, there are these "huh?" moments. The feeling I get during these moments is that I'm using that person like a tool, and I much prefer to surround myself with genius NTs with whom I can have a genuine working connection.

I enjoy NT banter and I enjoy irreverence at times, when it's fun and opening up the creative flow of things.

Guest (not verified) says...

Yep! NT and NF types, I connect the best to. Being a female ENTJ is pretty awesome; however, since sexism both internalized and explcit and coming from both sexes, ENTJ women are perceived more negatively than male ENTJs. For example, an ENTJ man may be called "fearless, opinionated leader", whereas the same traits in a woman would get her a "bossy, know-it-all bitch". Sexist? Yes! Fair? Hell no. But that is a current reality, which I think is changing as society evolves to recognize sexism and how it harms everyone.

NT banter is the best :) But then because I engage in it, I'm know as loud and inapprrpoate . . . for a women. Lacking in decorum,for a women, but perfectly acceptable if you're a man. WTF?!

Guest (not verified) says...

Have to watch out too. I am a woman ENTJ sub-ordinate, and my boss knows that he had to rid off me before I can move on my own.

Ryo (not verified) says...

this is great, My goal is simple, life to the max! Doesn't need anyone to tell you why.

guest (not verified) says...

Spot ON!
My goal is Simple! live a maximum life!

Guest (not verified) says...

Well, 99.9% acruate! I'm a typical ENTJ gril. I'm extremely excited about the results. I'll definitely make the best of it.

Guest (not verified) says...

While I was reading it it didn't sound like me. But now I can see me in the writing.

KAT (not verified) says...

definitely me, without a doubt

Liza (not verified) says...

On point!

Guest (not verified) says...

I have taken this test and many others and have been labeled as an ENTJ every time. I completely agree with that classification.

Maja (not verified) says...

Yes this test is accurate. As a woman I feel sad that there are so few of us around only 1.8% of the population. And even less women than men. But that also makes me feel a bit special...in a very good way :-)

Ron (not verified) says...

This makes me appreciate the idiomatic expression "A leopard can't change its spots." Through the years, been answering questionnaires and I am constantly assessed as ENTJ. The description depicts my general traits. However, my own awareness of my traits allow me to behave suitably and more effectively under various situations.

Guest (not verified) says...

Sorry to be that person, but how can an airline pilot be one of the most popular jobs and one of the most unpopular jobs for a ENTJ at the same time?

Guest (not verified) says...

Hahaha... SO true. I realized that right away also. True ENTJ's, you and I, I would say. Obviously the persons who wrote this up and proof read it are not. ;-)

Guest (not verified) says...

Very unique traits tend to outline a unique life. Seeing it written reminds me why we are all so different. Can you imagine a world with 70% ENTJ's.

Guest (not verified) says...

Way more accurate than I would have expected, It got me dead on.

Guest (not verified) says...

Females represent! 1% of the population is kind of sad but it just proves that we are unique and awesome and we don't follow, we lead.

larryalan63 says...

Good to know. . . lead the way.

Guest (not verified) says...

Female ENTJs, the 1%.
Do you ladies find it easy to find compatable female friends?

Guest (not verified) says...

Not at all. It helped me understand why I was always called a b***h. I am not, I just get more done than you.

Guest (not verified) says...

The only female friend I can have are ENTPs (not so many) and 1 ENFJ ( I love talking to her, because she is very smart and helps me to broaden my perspective and judgment).
But in general, it is impossible for me to have female friends, and even friends in general. Everybody is disappointing me, or boring me. I hate small talk, and people always say that "I am thinking too much".!
A type I really like to be around is ESTP, I find them very down to earth and funny in a smart way.
My partner is an ISTP, what I LOVE about him is that he is a great achiever and very ingenious, it helps me a lot in developing my theories by a very rational/earthy approach. However it is very difficult for us to have a smooth relationship as he hates commitment, and I need to have a plan in my life....
So very funny, but difficult!

Guest (not verified) says...

I'm a female ENFJ and my girlfriend is an ENTJ. I am kind of a no-nonesense ENFJ, I am highly objective and intellectually disciplined but still VERY in tune with others' feelings. This means I have fewer close women friends than men because I prefer honest, objective conversation and dislike excessive emoting at the expense of reason. My ENTJ girlfriend and I get along swimmingly for this reason but we argue sometimes over what I feel is her being overly critical. I can see differences and accept people, she sees them and labels people, like they're all just stupid or incompetent... it's hard to get her to broaden her perspective though, she's kinda stubborn lol... still a better relationship than with most women I'm friends with :) I do think her life is kind of lonely outside of me though... I'm trying to encourage her to make some more friends.

Guest (not verified) says...

I can up a tie between ENFJ and ENTJ. I see myself in both of them, but it is strange. It seems as though up till now I have been an ENTJ all the way. But recently I have been shifting a little bit more towards the feeling side. While reading the description of the ENTJ I winced a couple times, as now that I think about it, in the past this has been me to the letter. I don't want to offend anyone, but to be honest, I don't want the life of an ENTJ. The life of an ENFJ seems like the life I want. Now, I am 14, so it might just be that right now my personality is changing from ENTJ to ENFJ, but I really feel as though whenever I think of myself in the future, I see myself as an ENFJ, and whenever I think of my past, I see myself as an ENTJ. No offence, but right now, the future of ENTJ sounds scary, way too lonely. As the life of the lonely bigshots that give all the calls, a life in the which one slip up can lead to a disastrous fall.

PS. I am 100% Christian. I believe in God with all my heart.

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