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New Post 10/15/2007 8:39 AM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: Career Aptitude Test 

Blogged this and will encourage others to report their MBTI (?) here :)

http://betterprojects.blogspot.com/2007/10/projects-and-personalities.html

 
New Post 10/16/2007 5:01 PM
User is offline Scott Sehlhorst
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Re: Career Aptitude Test 

Fun to see the trends.  XNTJ for me (INTJ, but only 11% preference for the I)  I've been an X for about 15 years - before that, I was strongly in the I camp.  Guess I got "the social" along the way.

 

Scott

 
New Post 10/18/2007 10:16 PM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: Career Aptitude Test 
MBTI Age Gender Role
entj 31-35 m Business Process Analyst  (Formerly QA)
isfj 33-37 f Business Process Analyst 9 formerly ops manager)
istj 33-37 m Business Process Analyst (formerly HR)
istj 33-37 f business process analyst (formerly business analyst)
enfp 22-27 f business process analyst
entj 28-32 f business process analyst
 
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