Career options for my personality type

How interesting that I have already explored some of the career options typical for ENFJs, which is my personality type.
See the excerpt I’ve lifted from [this resource](http://www.mypersonality.info/personality-types/enfj/), and my comments (in brackets).
> **ENFJ careers to consider**
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> The following career areas are good places to look for a suitable occupation if you are an ENFJ. When thinking about these, remember that your perfect job might not be here, and that there are other professions that can meet these criteria in general.
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> Social Worker:
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> Day care coordinator.
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> Child welfare worker.
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> Care facility worker.
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> Counselor / Psychologist:
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> Private counselor. (I’ve received some church training, and have counselled people before)
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> Educational psychologist.
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> Career counselor.
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> Coach.
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> Health and wellness:
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> Public health educator. (By Jove! That’s what I was doing!)
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> Occupational therapist.
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> Chiropractor. (I would need training for that, unless you’re a masochist)
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> Dietitian / Nutritionist. (ditto)
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> Holistic health practitioner. (no New Age stuff for me though)
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> Optometrist. (I can’t see myself doing that)
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> Charity worker:
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> Non-profit organization director. (Mmm that sounds good)
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> Fundraiser. (Not in this economy)
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> Teacher / Lecturer:
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> College lecturer. (I have spoken at SMU and NUS but not on a regular basis)
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> Special education teacher.
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> Clergy (I have given testimony to the masses but haven’t gone further than that)
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> Creative:
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> Composer. (yes)
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> Writer. (yes)
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> Graphic designer. (done that too)
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> Editor. (yes)
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> Set designer. (not really, but I used to design computer game layouts and maps… does that count?)
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> Music/entertainment. (yes!)
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> Human Resources:
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> HR development trainer.
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> HR recruiter. (I have recruited colleagues before)
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> Administrator / Manager:
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> College or University administrator.
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> Small business executive. (why small only??)
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> Sales and Marketing:
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> Marketing manager. (possible)
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> Customer relations manager. (I’ve handled public complaints before)
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> Communications director. (ooh that sounds good)
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> Advertising account executive.
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> Events coordinator. (please no)
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> Sales representative.
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> Website content writer. (done that)
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> Copywriter. (done that)
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> Consultant:
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> Management consultant. (yes please… then again, aren’t I kind of doing that already, in-house?)
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> Project manager. (done that)
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> Corporate team trainer. (we take turns to train our team mates)
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> Politicians / Diplomats (possible)
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> Media and Journalism:
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> Producer. (I nearly became one, but my company closed down)
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> Reporter. (nearly)
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> Journalist. (yes – i was a columnist)
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> Music / entertainment director. (yeah!)
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> Catering:
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> Hotel and restaurant manager. (I don’t think I catered to that)