Why do socionists claim that type has no relevance to career choice? Or is this assertion mistaken? While other typological circles may encourage over-stereotyping of "suitable" jobs, there seems to be no need to throw out the baby with the bathwater. The existential implication of cognitive metabolism is directly proportional to differential functional resiliency over time. All jobs are by nature more demanding in some areas than others. Therefore, people who are weaker in, for example, emotional stamina may generally best avoid roles which professionally require a great deal of it, etc. -- anonymous
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A1 Please give the names of those socionists so we can ridicule them in public! -- Dr. Zoidberg
A2 Ahh ... so apparently, it is a point of controversy. -- anonymous
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