For fun, I periodically Google my Myers-Briggs type. Yes, I need a life.
I’m a big fan of the test, as it helps name people’s style preferences, and I’ve found it to be pretty accurate both in work and home settings (all of my blog posts on Myers-Briggs here).
So, I found this article very interesting. A chart is below.
Averages can be misleading, and there isn’t much about the chart’s methodology. The truncated Y-axis exaggerates the chart. And, of course, there’s no correlation between money and happiness.
I’m not sure the chart means much, as I meet plenty of “Artisan” types who materially crush it. But, it was an interesting article to read and worth sharing, I thought.