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How does your personality type affect your income?

The Myers-Briggs personality test serves as a robust framework for analyzing the connection between personality and income. Image: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Jenna Ross

Author, Visual Capitalist

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he researchers surveyed over 72,000. Image: Visual Capitalist

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Extroverts, sensors, thinkers, and judgers tend to be the most financially successful. Image: Visual Capitalist

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Extroverted thinking types dominate the ranks. Image: Visual Capitalist

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Women with high-earning personality types still earn less than men who do not possess those traits. Image: Visual Capitalist
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