It has become a recurring phrase that engineers are introverts: that engineering, a combination of math, science and applied designing, is an inherently inward-looking profession. However, that does not mean there is a specific personality type for a career such as civil engineering.https://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test
What is your Myers-Briggs test result, and how has it changed over the course of your life? How has it affected your engineering career?
To: Anyone Interested in a Better Understanding of self and others.From: An ENFPRe: Stepping outside of the technical engineering requirements and trying to getsome level of insight into how better to understand, and be understood by others.Q1. What is your Myers-Briggs test result?; and,Q2. How has it changed over the course of your life?; and,Q3. How has it affected your engineering career?Q1. Now varies from ENFP to ENFJ . . . at times.Q2. Variation above noted; and,Q3. More interpersonal, studied approach after more study about such matters including and outside of the MBTI work,to understand why certain other types really get frustrated with my style, if it goes unchecked.Reflection:Shortfalls in soft skills in engineering curriculum have been well documented, working with MBTI, and other related materials helps.Stay Healthy!Cheers,Bill