Analysis Of The Jung Typology Personality Test

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In your first post, briefly summarize your personality test results. Do you feel it is accurate? Why or why not? Would your family and/or friends believe it is accurate and describes you? Why or why not?
The Jung Typology personality test revealed I am an ENTJ personality type {E (25%) N (38%) T (1%) J (25%)}. According to Jung’s description, ENTJ’s have a natural tendency to direct and are decisive. NJ’s have a natural talent to plan creatively and bring those plans to reality. ENTJ’s are often larger than life when describing their projects and proposals, but may become argumentative when challenged. I agree I am more an extrovert than an introvert. I enjoy being around and interacting with people. I am not surprised my intuitive percentage is the highest. I feel like I have an innate ability to
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By 2013, 57% of employers say they use some sort of assessment test or personality test in their hiring process. Although these tests are not absolute they can help consolidate the number of applicants during hiring process not only by personalities, but also longevity, temperament, productivity, technical and communication skills. “Tests are a predictor and better than a coin toss, but you have to be realistic about them. There will be false positives, people who get through that shouldn’t, and false negatives, someone who should’ve gotten through that didn’t.” (Weber, 2015). Although the company I worked for when I was in management did not use personality tests during the hiring process, I believe I became pretty intuitive over the years in determining personality traits during the interview process. I have since taken assessment tests when applying for a job and unfortunately you do not get the results. In those cases where a person does not get the job this could leave you wondering if it was how you responded to the

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