This tool will help you to browse careers that suit your personality type, based on the 16-type model created by Isabel Briggs Myers. If you don't know your personality type, take the personality test to figure it out!
You can click on any of the table headers (for example, Average Earnings) to sort your results by that value.
|Architectural or Engineering Manager
Architectural and engineering managers plan, direct, and coordinate activities in the fields of architecture and engineering.
|Archivist or Curator
Archivists appraise, process, catalog, and preserve permanent records and historically valuable documents. Curators oversee collections of artwork and historical items and may conduct public service activities for an institution. Museum technicians and conservators prepare and restore objects and documents in museum collections and exhibits.
Art directors are responsible for the visual style and images in magazines, newspapers, product packaging, and movie and television productions. They create the overall design and direct others who develop artwork or layouts.
|Assembler or Fabricator
Assemblers and fabricators build finished products and the parts that go into them. They use handtools and machines to make vehicles, toys, electronic devices, and more.
|Athlete or Sports Competitor
Athletes and sports competitors participate in organized, officiated sporting events to entertain spectators.
|Athletic Trainer or Exercise Physiologist
Athletic trainers specialize in preventing, diagnosing, and treating muscle and bone injuries and illnesses.
|Atmospheric Scientist, Including Meteorologist
Atmospheric scientists study the weather and climate. They may compile data, prepare reports and forecasts, and assist in developing new data collection instruments.
Audiologists diagnose, manage, and treat patients who have hearing, balance, or related problems.
|Automotive Body or Glass Repairer
Automotive body and glass repairers restore, refinish, and replace vehicle bodies and frames, windshields, and window glass.
|Automotive Service Technician or Mechanic
Automotive service technicians and mechanics, often called service technicians or service techs, inspect, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.
Bakers mix ingredients according to recipes in order to make breads, pastries, and other baked goods.
|Barber, Hairdresser, or Cosmetologist
Barbers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists provide haircutting, hairstyling, and other services related to personal appearance.
Bartenders mix drinks and serve them directly to customers or through wait staff.
|Bill or Account Collector
Bill and account collectors try to recover payment on overdue bills. They negotiate repayment plans with debtors and help them find solutions to make paying their overdue bills easier.
|Biochemist or Biophysicist
Biochemists and biophysicists study the chemical and physical principles of living things and of biological processes, such as cell development, growth, heredity, and disease.
Biological technicians help biological and medical scientists conduct laboratory tests and experiments.
Bioengineers and biomedical engineers combine engineering principles with sciences to design and create equipment, devices, computer systems, and software.
Boilermakers assemble, install, maintain, and repair boilers, closed vats, and other large vessels or containers that hold liquids and gases.
|Bookkeeping, Accounting, or Auditing Clerk
Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks produce financial records for organizations. They record financial transactions, update statements, and check financial records for accuracy.
|Broadcast or Sound Engineering Technician
Broadcast, sound, and video technicians set up, operate, and maintain the electrical equipment for radio programs, television broadcasts, concerts, sound recordings, and movies.