Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test™

Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test™
Your Type


Introvert(31%)  iNtuitive(12%)  Thinking(22%)  Judging(12%)
  • You have moderate preference of Introversion over Extraversion (31%)
  • You have slight preference of Intuition over Sensing (12%)
  • You have slight preference of Thinking over Feeling (22%)
  • You have slight preference of Judging over Perceiving (12%)

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Career Inventory Test Results

Extroversion ||||||||||||||||||||| 69%
Emotional Stability |||||||||||||||||| 54%
Orderliness ||||||||||||||||||||| 62%
Accommodation |||||||||||||||||| 57%
Inquisitiveness |||||||||||||||||||||||| 72%


Your SLOAN personality type is SCOAI, people with your personality type are drawn to or more tolerant of the following careers – medical doctor, scientist, biotechnology, academic, research scientist, scholar, college professor, emt/paramedic, strategist, biologist, forensic scientist, ambassador, public health professional, researcher, neurologist, project manager, supervisor, philosopher, healer, biochemist, medical examiner, medical researcher, political scientist, neurosurgeon, mathematician, international relations specialist, public relations specialist, lawyer, surgeon, manager, philosophy professor, psychologist, professional college student, chemist, public relations manager, pediatrician, genetics researcher, microbiologist, research psychologist, chemistry teacher, sports medicine, military intelligence, nurse, ceo, health educator, physiotherapist, politician, forensic pathologist, diplomat, cardiologist, judge
Global 5-SLOAN Multidimensional Typing System

The bulk of academic research and my own research points to only five purely independent personality elements. “Only five” in the sense that every other personality trait will have some correlation to one or more of these five key traits (If anyone discovers any traits that don’t, expect to see a Big 6 or higher, but I have not been able to find any). “Independent” in the sense that what you score on one independent element says nothing about what you will score on another independent element. Most personality traits are dependent meaning what you score on one element will predict, to some degree, how you will score on certain other traits. This is why personality systems with dependent traits are not very efficient. The Global 5 personality system is based on the five proven independent elements. The Global 5 adaptation of the Big 5 consists of Extroversion, Emotional Stability, Orderliness, Accommodation, and Intellect. These elements make up the primary colors of personality; the interaction of elements in each person yields their overall personality profile.

Each element has two oppositional type extremes:

Extroversion – Social and Reserved type
–Social types feel at ease interacting with to others
–Reserved types are uncomfortable and/or disinterested with social interaction

Emotional Stability – Limbic and Calm type
–Limbic types are prone to moodiness
–Calm types maintain level emotions

Orderliness – Organized and Unstructured type
–Organized types are focused
–Unstructured types are scattered

Accommodation – Accommodating and Egocentric type
–Accommodating types live for others
–Egocentric types live for themselves

Intellect – Non-curious and Inquisitive type
–Non-curious types are less intellectually driven
–Inquisitive types are insatiable in their quest to know more

The SLOAN notation system is the scoring format for future Global 5 tests.

SLOAN Notation Key
Social or Reserved
Limbic or Calm
Organized or Unstructured
Accommodating or Egocentric
Non-curious or Inquisitive

SLOAN Notation Example
RCUEI = Reserved, Calm, Unstructured, Egocentric, Inquisitive

Uppercase Letter = Strong tendency
Lowercase Letter = Mild tendency
x = In between, on average
|?|= Your primary type

SLOAN+ Notation Example
S|C|xan = strongly Social (S), primarily Calm(|C|}, neither Organized nor Unstructured (x), mildly Accommodating (a), mildly Non-curious (n)

There are 32 SLOAN types; descriptions are here. Those 32 types do not fit everyone; they are merely 32 zones which cover much of the personality landscape. However, if you or someone else does not fit one of those types (because you score in between on one or more of the Global 5 elements), you will be able to infer a description from the types you fall between. There are an endless number of SLOAN+ types and if plotted to the personality space, they would leave no gray area.

There is currently only one beta test, which gives results in SLOAN notation, more will follow. To take that, click here. The SLOAN notation results will be at the very bottom of the results page.

Advantages of the Global 5
— Personality elements are empirically proven in multiple cultures by multiple researchers
— Personality elements are clearly defined and unidimensional
— Personality elements are independent of each other
— SLOAN notation allows quick simple typing; SLOAN+ allows more complex typing

Every other current personality system (not based on the Big 5) suffers from unproven, unclear, non-independent, and/or non-unidimensional elements. The various Jung systems (MBTI, Socionics, Kiersey, etc.) come closest in usefulness to the Global 5 (correlations can be found here), but only contain four elements. They say close to nothing about the Emotional Stability element. At least two of the four elements (Thinking/Feeling, Intuitive/Sensing) are not sufficiently unidimensional. For example, T/F covers aspects of Accommodation, Intellect, and Emotional Stability and N/S covers aspects of Intellect and Orderliness. This means a T could be an objective thinker, a selfish jerk, a stoic, or some combo of the three; there is no way to discern from the results. The Jung systems also pretend/infer that everyone fits into 16 types (most personality systems share this ‘everyone fits one of our boxes’ delusion). With five personality elements the least amount of boxes you can fit all people into with only general accuracy is 256.

The weakness of the Big 5 theory is that there is some debate among researchers at what makes up the core of each element. To employ a geographic metaphor, there is agreement about what region each of the five elements are located in, but different researchers might disagree on what precise city in that region is the core or keystone of some elements. Extroversion and Emotional Stability descriptions are fairly consistent. Orderliness, Accommodation, and Intellect are less consistently described. Nonetheless, as different as two researchers labels or descriptions of something like Accommodation might be (some label it Agreeableness), their descriptions are still more similar than dissimilar. The differences, in their most extreme, are in the order of orange vs. red, not blue vs. yellow.

jealous ‘role model’

If I could recall I was supportive with all of your goals,

you claim that everyone is against you, trying to copy you and that you don’t want to deal with anyone’s problems.

the last time I checked you were the only person with personal problems and let it ruin an entire year.

I wonder where you’d be if your determination matched how much shit comes out of your mouth – regurgitating shit and covering it up with the lack of self-respect and goals.

To be happy means to be successful in an aspect in life may it be work, love, or finances — no progression has been made except the progression of giving up.

As an older sibling, I look up to you — as a figure that I’d make better decisions than.

For that, I thank you for showing since a decade has passed that you have not changed.

Shobia Career Finder

Your results show you are a business thinker

This means you like work dealing with companies and financial topics that involve thinking and coming up with ideas. You want to deal with questions like how a company can become more efficient.


Career Matches

Management Analysts
Management consultant
Investment banking
Financial Quantitative Analysts
Clinical Research Coordinators
Industrial Engineers
Natural Sciences Managers
Venture Capitalist
Industrial-Organizational Psychologists
Water Resource Specialists
Operations Research Analysts
Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists
Loan Officers
Education Administrators, Postsecondary
Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers

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syc4/2017 – INTJ-A *** — accountants, auditors, data analysts, financial managers, business administrators and even doctors

*2017 – ISTJ –military officers, lawyers, judges, police officers and detectives

ESTJ – **

2017 — ENFJ — Possible Careers Paths for ENFJ:

Social Worker
Sales Representative
Human Resources
Events Coordinator
Sales Representative


Holland Code:

  • Realistic: 9
  • Investigative: 9
  • Artistic: 6 *lowest
  • Social: 13 *highest
  • Enterprising: 11
  • Conventional: 8
Your Holland Codes are as follows:

    Business Teachers, PostsecondaryBLS site SEI


    Green True Personality Image

    We all have a combination of all four true colors, however, most of us have a dominant color that represents our authentic selves.

    GREEN is your true color …

    You are an independent, creative and visionary person by nature.

    You tend to be:

    • Analytical
    • Rational
    • Powerful
    • Curious
    • Free-thinking
    • Future-orientated
    • Intellectual
    • Calm (unemotional)
    • Objective
    • Philosophical

    As a Green, your key weaknesses are:

    • Arrogance
    • Aloofness
    • Emotional coldness
    • Unrealistic
    • Uncaringness/misanthropy
    • Cynicism
    • Unsociableness
    • Intellectual elitism

    As a Green, your needs are:

    • To gather knowledge
    • To understand people and the world
    • To bring innovation to society
    • To be competent
    • To find truth

    Consider careers:






    Technical Writer









    FBI Agent



    Career test —

    Interest Level: 75%

    Social Science

    Overview: Social science is a broad category that involves the social interactions and relationships among individuals and society. There are a variety of career opportunities that differ. These careers include helping those cope through life events or mental health issues to careers that contribute to research. You can also find careers that analyze world events and cultures.

    Social science prep courses include: Government, Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Cultural Studies, World History, Political Science, Research, Ethics, Religion, Introduction to Philosophy, Art History, and Economics.

    Example careers in social science include: Social Science Teacher, Social Worker, *Psychologist, Sociologist, Substance Abuse Counselor, Social Service Community *Manager, Anthropologist, Health Care Social Worker, Marriage Counselor, Industrial *Organizational Psychologist, and Psychiatric Technician.


    Interest Level: 58.33%

    Business and Finance

    Overview: Career growth in the business and finance industry is not expected to slow. Every organization or company needs management, financial planning, or a logistical process to run their business and meet goals. If you love math and numbers there are more focused financial careers in business as well where you can manage, advise, or facilitate budgets, investments, or assets.

    Business prep courses may include: Accounting, Statistics, Algebra, Introduction to Business, Finance, Micro/Macro Economics, Microcomputer Applications, Business Math, Business Law, or Marketing.

    Example careers in business and finance: Executive Manager, Financial Clerk, Accountant, Purchasing Manager, Real Estate Agent, Economist, Actuary, Public Relations Manager, Logistician, Market Research Analyst, Human Resource Specialist, Food Service Manager, Loan Manager, Claims Adjuster, Advertising Manager, Financial Manager, Secretary, Office Manager, Accountant Technician, Appraiser, and Sales Agent

    (ESTJ-A) results — patterns

    Careers for ESTJ Personality Types

    Whether you’re a young adult trying to find your place in the world, or a not-so-young adult trying to find out if you’re moving along the right path, it’s important to understand yourself and the personality traits that will impact your likeliness to succeed or fail at various careers. It’s equally important to understand what is really important to you. When armed with an understanding of your strengths and weaknesses, and an awareness of what you truly value, you are in an excellent position to pick a career that you will find rewarding.

    ESTJs generally have the following traits:

    • Natural leaders – they like to be in charge
    • Value security and tradition
    • Loyal
    • Hard-working and dependable
    • Athletic and wholesome
    • Have a clear set of standards and beliefs that they live by
    • No patience with incompetence or inefficiency
    • Excellent organizational abilities
    • Enjoy creating order and structure
    • Very thorough
    • Will follow projects through to completion
    • Straight-forward and honest
    • Driven to fulfill their duties

    ESTJs have a lot of flexibility in the types of careers that they choose. They are good at a lot of different things, because they put forth a tremendous amount of effort towards doing things the right way. They will be happiest in leadership positions, however, because they have a natural drive to be in charge. They are best suited for jobs that require creating order and structure.

    The following list of professions is built on our impression of careers that would be especially suitable for an ESTJ. It is meant to be a starting place, rather than an exhaustive list. There are no guarantees that any or all of the careers listed here would be appropriate for you, or that your best career match is among those listed.

    Possible Careers Paths for ESTJ:

    Military leader
    Business Administrator
    Manager *11
    Athlete *2
    Police Officer
    Judge *3
    Financial Officer *6
    Teacher *3
    Sales Representative

    ESTJ at Work

    At work, the ESTJ excels at organizing—people, projects, and operations. ESTJs like to be in control and often seek out management positions, preferring to be in a role where they can make decisions and enforce policies and procedures.

    ESTJs quickly develop a reputation in the workplace as people who can be trusted to deliver, on time and as requested. They are unfailingly reliable and gain satisfaction from bringing a project to completion. Because of their eagerness to take on responsibility, they sometimes become overworked.

    The ideal work environment for an ESTJ is highly structured, with a clear set of expectations and an organized authority structure. The ideal job for an ESTJ allows them to use their organizational skills within a set of standardized procedures to efficiently produce a tangible product.

    Popular Careers for the ESTJ

    Top careers for the ESTJ include:

    Popular Careers for the ESTJ

    Top careers for the ESTJ include:


    personality type career search tool:

    Database Administrator Database administrators (DBAs) use specialized software to store and organize data, such as financial information and customer shipping records. They make sure that data are available to users and are secure from unauthorized access. $69050 Thinking, Organizing 30%


    Biomedical Engineer Biomedical engineers analyze and design solutions to problems in biology and medicine, with the goal of improving the quality and effectiveness of patient care. $77400 Building, Thinking 72%
    Orthotist or Prosthetist Orthotists and prosthetists, also called O&P professionals, design medical supportive devices and measure and fit patients for them. These devices include artificial limbs (arms, hands, legs, and feet), braces, and other medical or surgical devices. $62670 Building, Thinking, Helping 36%


    23 without a career

    I will not let the altering results of my personality test define me — only help influence me to find my purpose.

    I have come to terms in a conversation with my sibling the other day. From what I can recall, I mentioned that: I would not enjoy being an artist — I am not as creative as the particular candidate for the position should be.

    I would not enjoy being an artist — I am not as creative as the particular candidate for the position should be.

    I would not like to have the responsibility of a doctor, spend a decade in school to live up to a glorified title.

    In addition, I am not appealed to the idea of taking care of people — a nurses aide or nurse would be included in this aspect.

    My brother pointed out that I wouldn’t make a good therapist due to my lack of advice I give to others — perhaps it’s my preference to remain an introvert regarding my lack of appeal to some crowds of people. He also pointed out my passion towards personal health, nutrition, and physical fitness; and said that I should look into personal training. Hah! Let’s not forget when my family thought I’d be a good animal trainer.