The Best Jobs for Six Personality Types:
If you are practical, straightforward, realistic and hands-on: Electrician, biomedical engineer, orthodontist or surgical technologist.
If you are investigative, analytical, intellectual and scientific: Professor, software developer, librarian, physician's assistant or veterinarian.
If you are artistic, creative, and imaginative: Landscape architect, graphic designer, director or producer, interior designer, editor.
If you are a social person, a team player who enjoys helping others: School psychologist, mediator, nurse, physical therapist, social worker.
If you are an enterprising person, competitive, energetic, and extroverted: Executive, financial manager, sales rep, sales manager.
If you are an orderly, conventional person, careful and efficient: Accountant, actuary, financial planner, technical writer, building inspector.
Here are the 25 BEST Careers for 2007 (according to US News magazine):
Actuary, Architect, Audiologist, Clergy, Dentist, Editor, Engineer, Fundraiser, Higher Education Administrator, Landscape Architect, Librarian, Management Consultant, Medical Scientist, Occupational Therapist, Optometrist, Pharmacist, Physician, Physician Assistant, Politician, Professor, Registered Nurse, School Psychologist, Speech/Language Pathologist, Systems Analyst, Urban/Regional Planner.
They also report that the 10 most OVERRATED careers are:
Ad Executive, Attorney, Chef, Chiropracter, Nonprofit Manager, Police Officer, Psychologist, Real Estate Agent, Small Business Owner, Teacher.
Hope that helps! Best wishes to you!
Answered By: Mhaerie - 9/23/2007