i have been seeing on many career websites that enfp can become a scientist based on dominant function is this true ?? also for any other types, based only on their dominant function . wat about enfp computer programmers ? i personally like the idea but it is (maybe, not sure) too one-sided -- Anonymous
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A1 I have had several ENFp work for me in the electronics and computer science fields and I knew some in biological fields. All were successful and liked their work; however, they gravitated more toward active field work rather than stationary laboratory work or office work. -- I/O
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