The Director (ENTJ)

Individuals with this personality type are bold, imaginative and strong willed. Organizers and planners, they’re strong leaders and very career-driven, so they thrive in the corporate world. They’re exceptionally hard workers and do very well in the following industries: legal, engineering, scientific, sports, and even the arts.

Career Options


Professional Description

Asma Jahangir? Nelson Mandela? Gandhi? Jinnah? What was that one thing they all had common? They were Lawyers. They worked in the legislature of their countries and fought for what was right and fought till their last breath. Lawyers are the protectors of the rule of law and the constitutions. They fight for justice and fairness.


Apart from lawyers, there are legal advisors, counselors, paralegals, and many more who work around the laws of different countries. They advise people keeping in mind the laws and regulations

  • Keen understanding of law and regulations
  • Advising people and counselling them according to the legislative procedures
  • Outspoken- fighting for the justices
  • Keen listening qualities
  • Critically look at scenes and apply laws to reach solutions to problems
  • Legal Counselor
  • Legal Advisors
  • Tax Advisors
  • Lawyer
  • Judges


Professional description

Engineers are people who build, design or maintain machines or structures to meet objectives and requirements. They do this keeping in mind all practicality, logistics, safety and costs.


They work in a variety of fields to analyze, develop and evaluate large-scale, complex systems. They are the backbone for different systems present nowadays. If you have a gift with maths, physics, love testing new boundaries and have a methodological mind, this is the career path for you!

  • Mechanical Skills
  • Creativity
  • Math Skills
  • Listening Skills
  • Problem Solving ability
  • Chemical Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Civil Engineers
  • Computer Engineers
  • Environmental Engineers

Management Consultant

Profession Description

Management consultants help corporations solve problems, create value, maximize growth and improve business performance. They use their business skills to provide objective advice and expertise and help an organization to develop any specialist skills that it may be lacking. This includes advice on change management, marketing, business restructuring, human resources while at the same time managing risks and costs. To be a management consultant however, you would need a lot of experience working in various businesses so you gain sufficient insight into how organizations function and how they can improve their performance.

Aiming to be a management consultant is a smart idea as businesses will never cease to exist.

  • Advise executives in company’s decision making
  • Research different plausible alternatives
  • Identify issues and form hypotheses and solutions
  • Present findings and recommendations to clients
  • Lead and manage those within the team, including analysts

Consultants operate across a whole range of industries and sectors, including:

  • Charities and educational institutions
  • Financial services
  • Healthcare
  • Hospitality and leisure;
  • Manufacturing
  • Media and telecommunications;
  • Public sector and government;


Research Analyst

Profession description


Research analysts collect, interpret and analyze data. They are the backbones in deciphering certain trends of the society, they work in varying fields, such as medicine, marketing, politics, and even education. They also study the causal relationship between trends and patterns. They then propose solutions to the problems.

A research analyst is well sought after and well paid, especially in the developing world where different projects are looking up different information.

  • Keen knowledge of Statistical tools
  • Conduct research and collect data through surveys
  • Come to hypotheses and solutions
  • Critically analyze data and anecdotal evidence.
  • Researcher
  • Research Associate
  • Research Analyst