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INFJ Survey: 5 Things INFJs Wish They Had Known as Teens | Fox&Co. Mental Health
See Author Article Here By Charis Branson Otto Kroeger once said, "INFJs nonstop search for learning, self-growth, and development—and wishing the same for everyone else—makes them very reassuring to others and people worth emulating." INFJs are sincere, sympathetic, unassuming, easygoing and reserved. Their personal values include spirituality, learning, and community service. They can often be found in careers that involve religion, counseling, teaching, healing, or the arts. They represent only 1.5% of the population, with females outnumbering males only slightly. This makes them the least common type in the human population. They are known for their high GPAs in college and they usually stay in college, unlike some of the other Intuitive types. INFJs are the most likely of any type to seek therapy and they rank highest of all types in marital dissatisfaction. In a recent survey of INFJs we asked four questions: What are the top 3 challenges you face as an INFJ? What 3 things do