Global 5 Type Descriptions

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not easily hurt, does not need things to add up perfectly, keeps emotions under control, spends more time in solitary activities than group activities, when ending an association - tends to stop all communication without explanation, does not readily admit mistakes, underachiever, not known for generosity, level emotions, does not care what people think, does not fit in, more logical than abstract, does not value tradition, uninterested in leadership, not impressionable, not prone to envy, values money over acceptance, not open about feelings, unproductive, values solitude, not very happy, pessimistic, plain appearance, inflexible, won't do much to avoid rejection, not afraid of doing the wrong thing, underachiever, does not accept people as they are, unable to stand up for self, slow to forgive, not that interested in others, does not care about image, not prone to giving compliments, rarely prepared, quiet around strangers, does not like touchy feely people, avoids responsibilities, avoids difficult reading material, rarely reinvents self, does not like to lead, not prone to worrying

*the descriptions listed here are made up of personality items. people who scored high on this type scored higher on the above items compared to the average. (more info on construction)

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favored careers:

assassin, game or video game designer, race car driver, mechanic, sound engineer, construction worker, automotive technician, electrician, musician, job in professional athletics, video editor, software designer, comic book artist, fighter pilot, animator, bounty hunter, cartoonist, software developer, mechanic, soldier, computer programmer, webmaster, electrical engineer, graphic artist, engineer, career in the computer industry, record store owner, truck driver, industrial engineer, carpenter, disc jockey, career in the military, industrial engineer, plumber, recording engineer, computer technician, webdeveloper, systems engineer, web designer, mechanical engineer, animal trainer, firefighter, pilot, graphic designer, tattoo artist, bar owner, mercenary

disfavored careers:

counselor, academic, teacher, school counselor, educator, psychologist, college professor, child psychologist, scholar, psychiatrist, event planner, english teacher, therapist, public relations manager, wedding planner, sociologist, medical doctor, research scientist, psychotherapist, public relations specialist

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