Suggested Careers For Myers Briggs Test Personality Types

During times of a major economic downturn many people decide to change their career. Usually a major career change will require that you go back to school. Going back to school can be a tough decision especially if you have already started your career. To help decide which career type you should follow we have created a list of careers that are best suited for each of the 16 Myers Briggs personality types.

ESTJ

Military, business administrators, managers, police/detective work, judges, financial officers, teachers, sales representatives, government workers, insurance agents, underwriters, nursing administrators, trade and technical teachers, mafia dons. Natural leaders, they work best when they are in charge and enforcing the rules.

ISTJ

Business executives, administrators and managers, accountants, police, detectives, judges, lawyers, medical doctors, dentists, computer programmers, systems analysts, computer specialists, auditors, electricians, math teachers, mechanical engineers, steelworkers, technicians, militia members. Similar to the ESTJ, they have a knack for detail and memorization, but work more behind the scenes instead of up front as a leader.

ESFJ

Home economics, nursing, teaching, administrators, child care, family practice physician, clergy, office managers, counselers, social workers, bookkeeping, accounting, secretaries, organization

leaders, dental assistants, homemakers, radiological technologists, receptionists, religious educators, speech pathologists.. They do best in jobs where they can apply their natural warmth at building relationships with other people.

ISFJ

Interior decorators, designers, nurses, administrators, managers, secretaries, child care/early childhood development, social work, counselors, paralegals, clergy, office managers, shopkeepers,

bookkeepers, homemakers, gardeners, clerical supervisors, curators, family practice physicians, health service workers, librarians, medical technologists, typists. Tradition-oriented and down-to-earth, they do best in jobs where they can help people achieve their goals, or where structure is needed.

ESTP

Sales representatives, marketers, police, detectives, paramedics, medical technicians, computer technicians, computer technical support, entrepreneurs, comedians, agents, race car drivers,

firefighters, military, loan sharks, con men, auditors, carpenters, craft workers, farmers, laborers, service workers, transportation operatives. They have a gift for reacting to and solving immediate problems, and persuading other people.

ISTP

Police, detectives, forensic pathologists, computer programmers, system analysts, computer specialists, engineers, carpenters, mechanics, pilots, drivers, athletes, entrepreneurs, firefighters,

paramedics, construction workers, dental hygienists, electrical engineers, farmers, military, probation officers, steelworkers, transportation operatives, hit men. With the ability to stay calm

under pressure, they excel in any job which requires immediate action.

ESFP

Actors, painters, comedians, adult entertainers, sales representatives, teachers, counselors, social workers, child care, fashion designers, interior decorators, consultants, photographers,

musicians, human resources managers, clerical supervisors, coaches, factory supervisors, food service workers, receptionists, recreation workers, religious educators, respiratory therapists.. Optimistic and fun-loving, their enthusiasm is great for motivating others.

ISFP

Artists, musicians, composers, designers, child care workers, social workers, counselers, teachers, veterinarians, forest rangers, naturalists, bookkeepers, carpenters, personal service workers,

clerical supervisors, secretaries, dental and medical staffers, waiters and waitresses, chefs, nurses, mechanics, physical therapists, x-ray technicians. They tend to do well in the arts, as well as helping others and working with people.

ENFJ

Teachers, consultants, psychiatrists, social workers, counselers, clergy, sales representative, human resources, managers, events coordinators, politicians, diplomats, writers, …

Bailment Under CONTRACT Laws

1. INTRODUCTION:

Bailment means a legal relation that arises whenever one person delivers possession personal property to another person under an agreement by which the later is under an obligation to return the property to the former.

2. MEANING:

The term baillment is derived from a French word ‘baillior’ which means to deliver.

3. DEFINITION ACCORDING TO CONTRACT ACT SEC 148:

“A bailment is the delivery of goods by one person to another for some purpose upon a contract that they shall when the purpose is accomplished be returned or otherwise disposed of according to the directions of the person delivering them.

4. PARTIES OF THE CONTRACT OF BAILMENT:

There are two parties in the contract of bailment.

(a) Bailor:

The person who deriveds the goods is called bailor.

(b) Bailee:

The person to whom the goods are derived is called bailee.

5. ESSENTIALS OF CONTRACT OF BAILMENT:

Following are essential of contract of bailment.

(I) CONTRACT:

It is a basic essential for bailment.

(II) MOVEABLE PROPERTY:

Property must be moveable in contract of bailment.

(III) DELIVERY OF GOODS:

The delivery of goods should be made for some purpose under a contract.

(IV) CHANGE OF POSSESSION:

In bailment possession is changed from one person to another person.

(V) SPECIFIC PURPUSE:

The goods are delivered for some specific purpose to another person.

(VI) OWNERSHIP IS NOT CAHNGED:

The ownership is not change. It remain to bailor.

(VII) PARTIES OF CONTRACT:

There are two parties to the contract of bailment bailor and bailer.

(VIII)RETURNABLE:

The goods must be returned to the owner of property or disposed according to the direction of bailor.

6. DUTIES OR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Following are the duties or responsibilities of bailee.

(I) CARE OF GOODS:

Bailee is bound to take as much as care as the man take care of his own good.

(II) ACT ACCORDING TO THE CONTRACT:

Bailee is bound to act according to the contract of Bailment.

(III) NOT DENY THE TITLE:

Bailee can not deny the title of the goods delivered to him.

(IV) RETURN THE GOODS:

It is the duty of Bailee to return or deliver the goods to bailor or according to his directions.

(V) RETURN AT PROPER TIME:

Bailee should return the goods at proper time.

(VI) RETURN OF PROFIT:

Bailee should return the goods at proper time.

(VII) PROPER USE OF GOODS:

He is duty bound to return the increase or profit to bailee.

7. RIGHTS OF BAILEE:

Following are the rights of Bailee.

(I) RECOVERY OF LOSS:

A Bailee is entitled to recover damages If he suffers any

loss.

(II) RECOVERY OF COMPENSATION:

A bailee is entitled to receive compensation from the bailor for any loss resulting from the defect of bailor title.

(III) RECOVERY OF EXPENSES:

Bailee is entitled to recover all expenses for any purpose of the bailment.

(IV) RIGHT TO RETAIN:

Bailee has right to retain the goods until debtor claim is

paid.

(V) RIGHT OF INDEMNITY:

He has right to receive the amount of indemnity from …

Arizona HOA Law – When Can Your Homeowners’ Association Foreclose?

Many Arizona homeowners are surprised to discovery that Arizona law does allow a homeowners’ association to foreclose on a lien against a homeowner in certain situations. This is not true in every state and was not the case in Arizona until fairly recent amendments to the Arizona Revised Statutes. In order to avoid losing your home to your homeowners’ association, you should understand what rights and obligations you have.

Fortunately, Arizona law does not allow a homeowners’ association to foreclose against a homeowner for unpaid fines. Instead, the law distinguishes between assessments and fines, allowing for foreclosure actions based on liens for unpaid assessments, but not fines.

Assessments are defined as the regular dues that a homeowners’ association charges to maintain the community. If a homeowner fails to pay such assessments, and if the assessments remain unpaid for one year or the unpaid amount exceeds $1,200, the HOA will have a lien on the home that can be foreclosed on. Under Arizona law, an HOA’s lien for unpaid assessments attaches automatically, and many homeowners don’t realize until its too late just how much trouble can result from their failure to pay.

Fines, as opposed to assessments, are the penalties that HOA’s charge for violations of the homeowners’ association’s CC&R’s or other governing documents. Common fines stem from a failure to maintain landscaping, leaving trash cans outside, and parking in prohibited areas. Unpaid fines do not result in an automatic lien and require that the HOA sue the homeowner in court and obtain a judgment before the lien can be recorded. Even after obtaining such a judgment and recording a lien, however, the HOA cannot seek to foreclose on the home for unpaid fines.

Notwithstanding the homeowners’ association’s right to foreclose on a lien for assessments it often doesn’t make sense for the HOA to proceed with such an action. Although HOA liens have priority over many obligations, such liens will generally be secondary to the primary mortgage on the home, so if there is not sufficient equity to pay off the mortgage and satisfy the lien, foreclosure may not be warranted. Homeowners should understand, however, that failing to pay assessments may result in the loss of their home, and that HOA’s may pursue foreclosure even when such an action is not financially merited.

The statutes governing the rights and obligations of homeowners and HOA’s are complicated, and homeowners facing collection action by their HOA should contact an experienced Arizona HOA lawyer as soon as possible. In many cases there are merited defenses, but they must be advanced before an adverse decision in rendered by a court.…

Minimization of Human Wants Is the Only Way to Cleanse the Society of All Kinds of Corruption

Mahatma Gandhi once said ” There is enough for everyone’s need, but not enough for a single person’s greed “. This statement is so easily applicable to today’s world. With time, humans have evolved and so have their demands. A few decades ago, people’s aim in life was simple – to have enough to fulfill their basic needs and live a content life. But in today’s modern era, people’s aim has become to earn more and more money, even though it may or may not bring happiness to them. Then people used to work hard to get two square meals a day but today everyone wants to go to five star hotels. With advancing technologies, our demands have increased rapidly, and as a result, today this world is full of greed. Everyone just wants to earn more and more money, no matter how.

All that the people see is money today, and then comes right and wrong. They will do anything for money, till they get the right price. If we put a torch on our life, we will see many occasions where our greed blindfolded us, making us do the things we regret and know are wrong. But moreover, this deadly greed has made our nation to suffer from a chronic disease called corruption, yes my friends a chronic disease, as it is slowly and slowly eating the soul of our nation.

Gone are the days when ‘honesty is the best policy’ was applicable to the daily life, this is the time of ‘ money is the best policy’. Greed has blindfolded our people in such a way that the real growth of our nation is completely hampered. Few centuries ago, India was the richest nation in the world, but today it ranks among most poor nations. The greed has taken the sense of judgement away from us. This world has now become more materialistic than ever, Today, if allowed, we all will happily trade our soul with money. Corruption is hampering India’s growth, but corruption takes place due to money. Money is needed to fulfill our greed, greediness arises as the people want more and more things today, So finally, we can say that human wantness is the main culprit behind corruption. So in order to stop the growing corruption, we need to decrease our wants. So friends, only and only we can stop corruption and glorify our nation again, its now or never……