ENFP -Best career choices for an ENFP

ENFP

-Very creative and funloving,they excel at careers which allow them to express their ideas and spontaneity

  1. ** Actor**
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    woman holding her blonde hair near body of water at daytimeActors express ideas and portray characters in theater, film, television, and other performing arts media. They also work at theme parks or other live events. They interpret a writer’s script to entertain or inform an audience.                    

    Most actors struggle to find steady work, and few achieve recognition as stars. Some work as “extras”—actors who appear on screen with no lines to deliver. Some do voiceover or narration work for animated features, audiobooks, or other electronic media.

    In some stage or film productions, actors sing, dance, or play a musical instrument. For some roles, an actor must learn a new skill, such as horseback riding or stage fighting.

    Most actors have long periods of unemployment between roles and often hold other jobs to make a living. Some actors teach acting classes as a second job.

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      Is This the Right Career for You?
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      <strong>Work Environment</strong>
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          Actors held about 79,800 jobs in 2012. Most work under pressure and are often under the stress of having to find their next job. Work assignments are usually short, ranging from 1 day to a few months, and actors often hold another job to make a living.
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          While working on location for a movie or television show and sometimes in a studio, actors may perform in unpleasant conditions, such as in bad weather or while wearing an uncomfortable costume.
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          Work Schedules
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          Work hours for actors are long and irregular. Evening, weekend, and holiday work is common. Few actors work full time, and many have variable schedules. Those who work in theater may travel with a touring show across the country. Film and television actors may also travel to work on location.
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    Journalists research, write, edit, proofread and file news stories, features and articles for use on television and radio or within magazines, journals and newspapers, in print and online.
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          Most jobs require a qualification accredited by the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ).
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            <strong>What does a journalist do?</strong> Typical employers | Qualifications and training | Key skills
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            Journalists write and assemble together news stories that will interest their audience. By gathering together a number of different sources and ensuring that all the arguments are represented, they keep their audience abreast of events in their world.
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            The job typically involves:
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              reading press releases
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              researching articles
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              establishing and maintaining contacts
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              interviewing sources
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              writing, editing, and submitting copy
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              attending events
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              proofreading
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              verifying statements and facts
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              staying up to date with privacy, contempt and defamation law
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              liaising with editors, sub–editors, designers and photographers.
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            It is possible to transfer between television, radio, newspaper and publishing work.
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            Typical employers of journalists
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              Newspapers
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              Magazines
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              Newswires
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              Websites
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              Radio stations
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              Television companies
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              Periodical publishe
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  1. musicians
  2. painterss
  3. writers
  4. consultants
  5. psychologists
  6. psychiatrists
  7. entrepreneurs
  8. teachers
  9. counselors
  10. television reporters
  11. marketers
  12. scientists
  13. sales
    representatives
  14. artists
  15. clergy
  16. public relations
  17. social scientists
  18. social workers. 

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