It might be time to haul out the results of the Myers-Briggs personality test you took way back when.
If you thought the results were only relevant for learning how to tolerate co-workers on the opposite side of the trait matrix, think again: Truity Psychometrics has analyzed Myers-Briggs results by income and gender and has discovered that two types earn the most.
Women with ENTJ (extroverted, intuitive, thinking, judging) and ESTJ (extroverted, sensing, thinking, judging) profiles earn the most, pulling in $80,000and $68,000 annually, respectively, in Truity’s analysis. That seems to be because extroverts tend to be leaders, and leaders usually are paid more.
On the other end of the spectrum are the INFP (Introverted, intuitive, feeling, perceiving) and ENFP (extroverted, intutitive, feeling, perceiving) profiles, which each earn about $39,000 annually. That is, if they work at all: these profiles, it seems are most likely to be stay-at-home moms.