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All You Need to Know About INFJ Careers

Updated: Apr 5, 2022

Hi there! I’m so excited to help you on your journey to finding the right career. The first thing I want to tell you is that you’re not alone. A lot of INFJs struggle to find the right career. I did too!

Finding the right career for me has been one of the most difficult things that I have ever done. I spent so much time in high school and college worrying about picking the right career the first time. I stressed about it daily! I didn’t want to make the “wrong” decision. And I thought that if I planned it out enough and thought it through enough that I would make the perfect choice the first time.

I looked for advice in every place that I could find. I even took a class in college that was designed to help people find the right career. I came out of that class more lost than when I went in.

I want to start off by saying that I firmly believe that INFJs can do anything that they put their minds to. I have worked in marketing for more than 10 years and it’s not a career that’s high on the list of “suggested careers” for INFJs, but it’s something that I really enjoy.

With that in mind, I hope that you will find this book helpful and that you will have a better idea of the right career for you when you get to the end of it. Whatever career that you decide on, I wish you the best of luck!


Top 10 Careers for INFJs

Many INFJs struggle to find the right career. We want to spend our lives helping others do something meaningful and important. We feel something pulling us to a higher calling. It pushes us to pursue things in our lives that are extraordinary, but it can also leave us feeling miserable and unfulfilled.


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Popular Occupations for INFJs


  1. Counselor

  2. Career

  3. Employee assistance

  4. Child welfare

  5. Substance abuse

  6. Clinical psychologist

  7. Occupational therapist

  8. Sociologist

  9. Teacher

  10. Grade school

  11. College

  12. Special education

  13. English as a second language

  14. Educational consultant

  15. Educational program director

  16. Librarian

  17. Social worker

  18. Museum research worker


  1. Writer

  2. Novelist

  3. Blogger

  4. Poet

  5. Playwright

  6. Screenwriter

  7. Editer

  8. Artist

  9. Interior designer

  10. Graphic designer

  11. Art director

  12. Publisher

  13. Filmmaker

  14. Film editor

  15. Set designer

  16. Costume and wardrobe specialist

  17. Merchandise designer


  1. Priest/clergy/monk/nun

  2. Religious worker


  1. Software developer

  2. App developer

  3. UX/UI design

  4. Project manager

Health Care/Social Service

  1. Health care administrator

  2. Mediator/conflict resolver

  3. Social scientist

  4. Mental health counselor

  5. Dietitian/nutritionist

  6. Speech pathologist

  7. Holistic health practitioner

  8. Message therapist

  9. Occupational therapist

  10. Chiropractor


  1. HR manager

  2. Marketer

  3. Analyst

  4. Merchandise buyer/planner

  5. Interpreter

  6. Literary agent

Important notes

If your chosen career is not on the list do not despair. It’s important to note that INFJs can do anything that they set their minds to.


It's time to stop working at a job you hate and get the job of your dreams!

There's never been a better time to get a new job. It's time to step up, believe in yourself and get that job you've been dreaming of!

Imagine being able to quickly and easily decide what the perfect career for you is, something that fulfills your purpose, gives you meaning in life and that you love to wake up every day and go do! It's possible and I want to help you get there!

Perfect Career for an INFJ Toolbox

A step-by-step guide for finding the perfect career for you!

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