ISFP- T Careers (top 11)

The blog shows a list of ISFP-T careers and further explains the general characteristics of an ISFP-T as a personality type and its characters while at work as a leader and a teammate.

What are the careers for a person with ISFP -T personality type?

Here is a list of careers for a person with ISFP- T personality type?

  • Graphics Designer
  • Social Worker
  • Kindergarten and Elementary School
  • Veterinarian 
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Forester
  • Interior Designer
  • Environmental Scientist
  • Police Officer
  • Flight Attendant 
  • Photographer 
  • Fashion Designer
  • Professional Chef
  • Nurse 
  • Composer 
  • Librarian 
  • Writer
  • Naturalist 
  • Physical Therapist 
  • Marine Biologist 
  • Recreational Therapist
  • Zoologist 
  • ER Physician
  • Cosmetologist
  • Artist
  • Jeweler
  • Tailor
  • Surveyor
  • Paralegal
  • Office manager
  • Dietician
  • Optician 
  • Massage therapist
  • Translator
  • Insurance Appraiser 
  • Retail manager 

What Careers should ISTP Avoid?

There are also other careers that ISFP-T can avoid and include.

  • Executive
  • Sales and finance 
  • Manager
  • Attorney
  • Accountant 
  • Psychologist
  • Surgeon 
  • Engineer 

What character traits are exhibited by an ISFP-T while at work?

  • Adventurous
  • Artistic
  • Competitive 
  • Considerate and empathetic
  • Cooperative
  • Creative and practical
  • Curious
  • Energetic
  • Flexible
  • Independent 
  • Non- confrontational
  • Quiet
  • Sensitive
  • Informal
  • Loyal
  • Reflective

What are the traits displayed by an ISFP-T while at work?

As a team member

  • They are cooperative with their fellows
  • They are always willing to provide any form of tangible support
  • They are good at collaborating with others to deduce results and solve problems
  • They are considerate and empathetic with their teammates while making up decisions
  • In some situations, they find themselves accommodating and compromising to make sure that everyone is equally represented in terms of opportunities
  • They tend to listen more than they propose their ideas
  • They do not like being dominated and controlled
  • Their energy while working, finishing tasks on time makes members enjoy working with them

As leaders

  • They are encouraging and motivating leaders
  • They expect their subordinates to work with commitment and passion
  • They also lead with their values and principles 
  • They are supportive and adaptable to their members 
  • As leaders, they are relaxed and easygoing towards their members 
  • They make understanding and accommodating leaders to their workmates 
  • ISFP-Ts prefer not to hold leadership roles and prefer to be supporting members of the team
  • They make good leaders when working in small groups. 

What does the T stand for in ISFP- T personality type?

ISFP-T personality type is one of the 16 personality types of MBTI. This test categorizes people according to their psychological preferences and behaviors. 

The T is also a function like the others and T indicates a Turbulent adventurer. 

It shows that an ISFP with T function, are individuals that are attracted to unique, new, and interesting things.

They are also quite inquisitive and explore their surroundings

The turbulent adventurer sometimes feels like they have no control over their feelings, they are indecisive and usually go through fluctuations of emotions.

However, the term ISFP stands for; (I)- Introversion, (S)- Sensing  (F)- Feeling  (P)- Perceiving.

What are the characteristics of a person with an ISFP-T personality type?

They live in a sensual world rich in color. That’s why some of the ISFP-T introverts are usually referred to as “day-dreamers”

They also have strong values even though they do not try to push people to believe in their values or live according to their way of life

ISFP-T have a warm-hearted with a gentle soul, cheerful, nonjudgmental, quiet, and private, always taking care of the others

They also love to socialize with other people even though they frequently retreating into their private selves to take time and reflect

An ISFP-T loves to get themselves involved in somewhat, risky adventures or behaviors like gambling, extreme sports

They thrive in relationships and are very conscious of other people’s emotions through ISFP-T may sometimes withhold their opinions and feelings from their romantic partners 

ISFP-T are very impulsive when it comes to taking in criticisms. Even with this insensitivity, they usually do not want to hold grudges for long. They try as much to avoid conflicts and disagreements

Their biggest challenge is planning, ISFP-Ts usually have a hard time trying to understand what may happen in the future, so they tend to enjoy the present more

They love experimenting with new perspectives, ideas, and activities. ISFP-Ts are always inventing and reinventing

ISFP-Ts are vibrant and spontaneous. They are explorers but within their comfort zones.

ISFP-Ts are very emotional and usually prefer to deal with their own emotions and expressing them later in a rational way. They tend to use observable actions rather than emotional expressions.

They are very cautious of other people’s feelings and emotions, hence usually think before acting

They do not easily expose their feelings or vulnerabilities to strangers or even people they do not trust

ISFP-Ts are unpredictable and it’s hard to tell what their next plan would be

They enjoy their autonomy and independence in traditions, social conventions, or rules 

ISFP-Ts can’t work effectively under pressure and may lose their creativity. They want to enjoy life while living in the moment. In times of stress, they may experience doubt about themselves and feelings of incompetence.

Since they are always using their imaginations with no stress involved, ISFP-Ts opt for careers like photographer, musicians, artists 

They can prove to be overly competitive which sometimes can be unnecessary

What are the strengths and weaknesses of an ISFP-T?

Strengths:

  • They are in tune with their environment
  • An ISFP-T are very aware of what’s going on around them
  • They are practical people and usually enjoy working on things that involve the use of hands
  • ISFP-T s are quite committed and loyal to their close friends and families
  • They also uphold their values and beliefs strongly
  • They are action-oriented and prefer concrete information with practical value.

Weaknesses:

  • They are reserved and quiet
  • They are people of few words who enjoy their own space
  • They also usually get tired of socializing with large groups and crowds
  • They hate arguments and conflicts
  • They dislike abstract or theoretical information

Conclusion:

The blog has provided a list of careers that an ISFP-T can choose from. It also went ahead to show the characteristics of ISFP-T, its strengths, and its weaknesses.

Frequently asked questions: WHat Careers are suitable for istp-t?

What ISFP-T careers are best for me?

All careers that offer an adventurous, flexible, and independent environment, providing room to exercise practical skills are usually taken up by ISFP-Ts.

How common is ISTP-T?

5 to 10 percent of people with ISFP-T personality type. 57% being female while 43% being men.

What does ISFP-T stand for?

ISFP- T is one of the MBTI’s 16 personality types and stands for introverted, sensing, feeling, perceiving, and turbulent personalities.

Are ISFPs manipulative?

No, but they can rather be persuasive. They are also secretive, and fond of guilt-tripping others, giving silent treatments, and playing the victims in a conflict

What attracts ISFPs?

ISFPs especially ISFP-Ts are attracted to adventurous and passionate people who are excited about their hobbies and enjoying life. This is because they are all about living in the present and trying out new adventures

Reference: 

19 Signs that you are an ISFP, the Adventurer Personality type: https://introvertdear.com

The best 8 jobs for ISFP personality types; https://www.bestcolleges.com/blog/best-jobs-for-isfp-personality-types/

Best careers for ISFP personality types; https://www.indeed.com

ISFP Jobs & Careers – Best Choices& Recommendations: https://high5test.com

Divya is currently a Clinical Psychology Trainee in a Master of Philosophy program and holds a Master’s in clinical psychology. She has a special interest in Personality studies and disorders, having researched the subject before, and Neuropsychology; with an additional interest being Mood disorders. She likes to write about Psychiatric issues, having worked in multiple specialty setups during her time as a clinical psychology student, and in her free time she likes to cook and read.