In the workplace, your personality affects how you interact with your colleagues, managers, and clients, but new research from the infographic below — compiled by Truity, developer of the TypeFinder® personality type assessment and other scientifically validated, user-friendly personality assessments — suggests it may also have an impact on your earnings potential, your career trajectory, and your job satisfaction.
Whether you’re interested in learning more about the average earnings for your personality type, the personality types most likely to work from home, or the personality type that manages more employees than all the rest, this infographic has the answers you’re looking for.
Some of the highlights include:
- ENTJs lead the pack when it comes to income earned and average supervisees.
- ENFPs showed one of the largest gender-wage gaps, with female ENFPs earning just 72 percent of what make ENFPs earn.
- INFPs were the type most likely to stay at home with their children (40 percent).
- INFJs showed one of the smallest gender-wage gaps, with female INFJs earning 87 percent of what male INFJs earn.
Check out the full infographic below to learn everything you need to know about your personality type: