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The Myers-Briggs is an excellent, highly validated test that tells you about your temperament. It is not as useful in career planning as aptitude or interest tests, nor as useful as learning about the current labor market and career requirements. Consider visiting your college's job or career placement service and/or your State's Employment Development Department to see what kind of jobs/careers are currently plentiful and which are expected to have future openings. Best of all, in my opinion, is to look, in your library or bookstore, for a career planning workbook which helps you to analyze your strengths, weaknesses, background, and interests in a structured way. Do the workbook!
Consider that those test are meant to highlight your skills, they won't tell what you would be best at.
Your skills are your skills regardless of what career you chose.
Your skills will help you grow in your field , or hurt you if you don't develop.
Where do you see yourself in five years.
What types of jobs would you be passionate about.
Once you think on that ask, yourself which role would be best for me based on my strengths.
I hope that helps if not, I may be able to help you.