This Personality Test Tells How Much Money You Will Earn and How Frugal You Will Become.

This free Jung Typology Personality Test (click here) will tell you a lot about yourself if you take it honestly and truthfully. Since it’s in the comfort of your home, why lie? Find out once and for all what makes you YOU!

I’m not going to reveal what personality type I am but it sure proved to be very interesting. Turns out my type earns very little money (correct!) we’re super conservative, plan for our future and we are extremely frugal (correct on all points!) My type is also very rare. We’re also overspenders.  We tend to make up for the lack of other’s concerns for our well being by overspending “because I’m worth it.”

If you happened to fall into the XXXX personality type, you’re a rare breed; only 1.5 percent of the general population fits into that category, making it the rarest personality type in the world.

Ain’t I the lucky one.

According to this chart, I am also the next-to-lowest earner on the totem pole. Is it any wonder then why we are considered also to be the most frugal? I think we do it out of survival NOT enjoyment.

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More about me:

XXXXs are often unappreciated, at work, home, and play. Ironically, because they prove over and over that they can be relied on for their loyalty and unstinting, high-quality work, those around them often take them for granted–even take advantage of them. Admittedly, the problem is sometimes aggravated by the XXXXs themselves; for instance, they are notoriously bad at delegating (“If you want it done right, do it yourself“). And although they’re hurt by being treated like doormats, they are often unwilling to toot their own horns about their accomplishments because they feel that although they deserve more credit than they’re getting, it’s somehow wrong to want any sort of reward for doing work (which is supposed to be a virtue in itself). Because of all of this, XXXXs are often overworked, and as a result may suffer from psychosomatic illnesses.

It’s funny the explanation mentioned psychosomatic illness because I just went through a very severe episode (which all of you know nothing about). What are some of the examples of one of my episodes? It can include eczema, psoriasis, high blood pressure, ulcers and heart disease. … Some people also use the term, ‘psychosomatic disorder,’ when mental factors cause physical symptoms, but where there is no physical disease. A chest pain; for example, might be caused by stress and no physical disease is found. One of the greatest medical conditions I suffer from is STRESS. At times, I’m an actual nervous wreck, self-induced of course, but real nonetheless. Each episode I have has a beginning and an end but painful and foolish at the same time.

THINGS THAT CAUSE ME STRESS:

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Funny they put the head upside down. Also, it should read IS FU, as in IS FUC**KED. And God help ya if you disregard my established rules and regulations!

It’s no secret that I never earned a lot of money in my working lifetime. While employed by others I earned no more than $29,000 a year. When I was self-employed I earned $33,000 a year. Why? Blame it on my personality. I’m an introvert. Not a go-getter. I dislike conflict. I am not good at making sales. It’s also bizarre that the test reveals that my perfect occupation was either in administrative assistance or working as a para-legal or similar capacity at a law firm. Guilty on all counts. That’s where I worked. I’m also good at computer work thus the explanation of why when I went in to business, I owned and operated a computer company.

Go figure!

I guess there is no secrecy to my life. Someone figured me all out decades ago and unfortunately I can be fit inside a pre-fabricated mold. Bummer. And I thought I was special! Turns out I’m just like the other 7% XXXX in this world. Lots of people take advantage of my kind spirit and play me for a fool and a sucker. Isn’t that quaint? Until I get mad and angry and sue the be-jesus out of everybody. That’s one of the advantages of working in a law firm for decades. I get a lifetime of free legal work! This quirk in my personality however, isn’t noted in any of the charts. Guess they forgot about looking on the toxic side of XXXX. They may call it toxic behavior. I call it ‘mastering survival skills’.

How’d you do? Did you take the test? No need to reveal to us who you are. Just take it in stride and be proud of who you are. Cookie cutter or not.

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10 comments

  1. FYI: CNBC just announced Carl Icahn is leaving New York for Florida in March and at least half is employees too. He will be joining 70 other financial companies that have fled NY because Florida has no income and estate taxes. Lara

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    • You’re talking about New York CITY. 227 people leave the city each and every day. NYC is a horrible, horrible place. And the new mayor, DeBlasio has made it the worst I have ever seen. They tax you to death. And now the Governor Cuomo is eyeing upstate NY as a new means for revenue.
      Florida, for us, is NOT the place to go. We have no taxable income so that point for us is moot. Plus we tried it already and hated and despised living full time in Florida. We were thinking of the Carolinas but after seeing the hurricaine destruction, decided against it. Other choices may be the Smoky Mountains, TN or VA. But that’s only if our living conditions change. As of now, we’re protected in our county by a superb Republican politician. If he goes, we go.
      Icahn may be in for a rude awakening. If the Democrats get in charge (as they are almost getting elected) the first thing they want to do is install the income tax. Then what is Icahn going to do? There really is no escape. There may be no income tax now in Florida, but they have to raise the income somehow to pay for all the new schools and roadways. Property taxes are sky high, as is sales taxes slowly inching up, as are other taxes as the state looks for revenue sources. Hotel tax is 18% for tourists!! Sometimes it doesn’t pay to move so quickly. We’ll see what happens in the end.
      UGH. Is all I can say.

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  2. They didn’t say NYC specifically but if they work there they have that city income tax as well. With your senior property tax reduction and health insurance plan for Nick, close proximity to your kids and grandkids, and the beautiful Hudson Valley and free activities you love I think you have an amazing home base and your Beautiful RV for travel, I think you have created a winning retirement. Sincerely, Lara

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    • Lara, I totally agree with you. Don’t ask me how we did it BUT we did it! I don’t make the laws. I just follow them. Hubby and I are passive people. There’s no room here if you’re competitive and goal driven. There are no rewards here. No blue ribbons. But you can have a happy, satisfying life.
      Go figure.

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      • Hi Cindi, FYI I saw your first response and I know those moments that bring tears as well as anger. We just have to find a different way through the mousetrap or as I decided to do break out of the negative bars and preconceived barriers created by my fears that were holding me hostage. I also stopped letting my daughter control me by playing guilt cards! Lara

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      • Lara. We have to talk. My daughter is back to her old tricks. It’s upsetting. I know the best thing to do is ignore her. But then there’s my granddaughter. I feel sorry for that kid to have such a narcissistic mother. Hopefully soon I can buy her her own cell phone. Lol! But till then it’s been strained. But like you , no guilt trips for me anymore. 😇

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  3. I am sorry to hear your daughter is back to her old tricks. Is this your oldest daughter? Perhaps she’s jealous of your time in Newport with your younger daughter, I called out my daughter on several things last Sunday, only calling when she needs something, using guilt cards five times in our conversation and I am not going to let her use them anymore, and a double standard of what she does and the opposite of what she expects me to do. So she ended the phone call saying her phone was dying needless to say all she had to do is put it on her charger. I then text her examples of her double standard. So later she had to eat crow when her babysitter canceled and she needed me again to go to a Zack Brown concert! I was outside doing windows and had my phone charging inside and she went to her brother thinking I was ignoring her! I came in and saw his message and came to the rescue again. I also got up super early the next morning to get to his house to watch his 2 1/2 year old son for his medical appointments. My DD and I are working to improving our relationship but I am not going to be manipulated without speaking up and letting her know I know her tactics. Sincerely, Lara

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    • Lara, yup, it’s my older daughter again. I’m sure it’s over something I said or did that irritated her but alas, I have no idea what it is. Her punishment for me is not allowing me to speak to my granddaughter and wish her good luck starting a new school year.
      Can you imagine?
      The only way to resolve this is just to ignore her till she comes around. Unfortunately, however, that doesn’t do my granddaughter any good not hearing from grandma on her special day.
      Oh well. When granddaughter is older, we’ll talk and grandma will buy her her own iPhone and be done with the evil witch!!
      At least you can call out your own daughter. I won’t even try anymore. As soon as my daughter realizes she’s losing the battle, she shuts down.
      Ugh! The things we grandparents have to endure. It ain’t easy, that’s for sure.
      Thanks for sharing.
      At least I’m not alone. LOL!

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