What you’ll find on this page
- What are Personality Styles or Types?
- How can Personality ‘Typing’ help us?
- FAQS on Personality Typing
- Link to the Personality Test
What are personality ‘styles’ or ‘types’?
Personality Styles are psychological types, that predispose us to act in predictable ways, due to how our personality perceives and interprets the world around us. It can be fun to find out which type you are, and to see which types your friends and co-workers are.
Below is a table that shows data from a US Research Study showing how the 16 Myers-Briggs Personality Types are distributed throughout the general population.
U.S. Population Percentage of Male & Female by Type
M – 16.4%
F – 6.9%
T – 11.6%
M – 8.1%
F – 19.4%
T – 13.8%
M – 1.3%
F – 1.6%
T – 1.5%
M – 3.3%
F – 0.8%
T – 2.1%
M – 8.5%
F – 2.4%
T – 5.4%
M – 7.6%
F – 9.9%
T – 8.8%
M – 4.1%
F – 4.6%
T – 4.3%
M – 4.1%
F – 1.8%
T – 3.3%
M – 5.6%
F – 3.0%
T – 4.3%
M – 6.9%
F – 10.1%
T – 8.5%
M – 6.4%
F – 9.7%
T – 8.1%
M – 4.0%
F – 2.4%
T – 3.2%
M – 11.2%
F – 6.3%
T – 8.7%
M – 7.5%
F – 16.9%
T – 12.3%
M – 1.6%
F – 3.3%
T – 2.5%
M – 2.7%
F – 0.9%
T – 1.8%
How can personality typing help us?
We don’t always know why we react the way we do. Knowing how your type is likely to deal with particular circumstances, can help you decide if a job is right for you.
It also alerts you to the types of personalities you may have problems getting along with on the job, and shows how to take action to make communications smoother.
Reading about other personality styles, can give us insight and understanding, into how other personalities are likely to react.
Knowing your personality style, can help you choose your friends, co-workers, perhaps even your spouse or partner.
When we look at personality, we are looking deep into ourselves and learning how personality shapes our view of the world, and therefore why we behave the way we do.
Knowing the characteristics of each personality style, helps us to understand and appreciate the differences between people.
- What will I learn about myself from knowing my type?
- How is our Personality Type determined?
- Can I trust this Personality Test?
- Where does this test come from?
- How can I know what types other people are?
- How can knowing Personality Type help in dealing with our personal problems?
- Does our Personality Type ever change?
- How does Personality Typing help in the workplace?
Simply download your Career Manual 1 – Five Easy Career Tests
In this ebook you’ll find the Personality Test, the Work Styles Inventory, the Work Values Inventory, the Multiple Intelligences Inventory, and the Central Motivations Quiz, ready to take.
Follow the quick and easy steps to doing the Personality Test and get a detailed description of your type, your strengths and your weaknesses.
This Link Will Take You Through Steps 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Program
Step 1 - Discovering Who You Are
- 1. Your Work Style Preferences
- Your Work Style Preferences Overview
- 4. Your Central Motivations
- Your Central Motivators - An Overview
- 5. Your Multiple Intelligences
- Multiple Intelligences - An Overview
- Multiple Intelligences Descriptions
- 60 Ways to Boost Your Intelligences
- How to Develop Your Intelligences
- The Quick Job Analysis Guide
- Career Chart
Step 2 - Exploring Your Career Options
- Get the FAQs About Career Exploration 9 Frequently Asked Questions on Job Searching
- Researching the Major Occupational Groups How to Do Job Research - Your Search Tool Links
Step 3 - Doing the Research For Your Dream Job
- Paper Research
- Help For Doing Paper Researching
- Online Research
- Help For Doing Research Online
- People Research Links
- Help For Doing People Researching
- How to Prepare for the Information Interview
- 20 Interview Questions for Informational Interviews
- Sample Phone Scripts for Information Interviews
- Writing the Interview Thank You Letter
- Participation Research Links
- Help For Doing Participation Researching
- Open Houses in the Workplace and at Schools
- Job Shadowing
- 21 Sample Job Shadows in the Workplace
- Temping & Volunteering as Participation Research
- 50 Basic Questions Checklist For Job Researching
Step 4 - Managing Your Career - Doing Career Planning
- Taking Care of Your Career - Building Your Toolkit
- Arriving in Your New Career - 8 Workable Career Management Options
- Preventing Burnout: The Burnout Checklist
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