I believe they’re both intended to question common sense to prevent mental stagnation.
Fortunately, INTJ career-seekers have a number of good career choices available to them.
Settling for mediocre or mundane work is not an option for this type.
Their core needs are different, their values are different -- and so are the skills and behaviors you might see in the outer world.
Just a little bit of delving into the differences in Temperament is the fastest route toward discerning which type pattern is the better fit.
This article is intended to be a deep-dive, side-by-side comparison of their similarities and differences.
(If you’re in the middle of trying to figure out whether or not you’re an INTJ or an INTP, remember that these aren’t intended to describe your individual interests or values, but rather how the two types are ‘wired’ differently.) The Driver process can also be called the “dominant cognitive function.” It’s the mind’s first point of contact and the primary lens through which everything gets filtered.
Their drive for change and reform may find an outlet in any number of fields—from politics, to business, to education, and so on.
Like ENTJ career-seekers, INTJs can generally better tolerate structured work environments (particularly those that are well-designed and effectively managed) than INTPs can.
As has been repeatedly stressed on this website, a "test" cannot tell you who you are.