Helpers are excellent at teaching, socializing, and helping others.
You use your emotion, sensitivity, and empathy to help solve other people’s problems, sometimes even before those other people are aware of their issues.
Most likely you have great verbal and interpersonal skills and you are cooperative, friendly, and generous.
As a Helper, you’re constantly looking for the smartest way to develop, train, or enlighten others.
You are quite independent, but you know you can’t do it all yourself. You work best on a team of A-players.
You are never complacent — you are firmly on the path of self-development.
Based on your personality potential, we’ve picked out a few different recommendations from new jobs that recently emerged.
More about a Helper type of personality
Helpers have usually dedicated leaders, they are responsible, humanistic, and supportive. They use ideas, words, and feelings to be able to work with individuals, instead of physical activity to accomplish things.
Social personality types are enjoying closeness with other individuals, they like to share their opinions and feeling in groups or in unstructured activities, they like to be in charge.
HELPERS LIKE SOLVING PROBLEMS WITH FEELINGS
They typically are people managers who use their emotions, sensitivity, and empathy to help solve other people’s problems, sometimes even before those other people are aware of their issues.
Social personality types usually have the capacity and skills to pull different people together, and to generate a lot of positive energy for good causes.
Marriage & Family Therapists
Healthcare Social Workers
Nursing Instructors & Teachers
Drama, Music, and Art Teachers
Speech or Language Pathologists
Orthodontists & Prosthetists
Human Resources Managers
Training & Development Specialists
Arbitrators & Mediators
Coaches & Scouts
News Analysts – Broadcast
Interpreters & Translators
Dietitians & Nutritionists
Occupational Therapy Assistants
Physical Therapist Assistants
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Customer Service Workers
Home Health Workers
Waitresses & Waiters
Last Updated on June 12, 2022.