When you interview for a potential job, they’re looking at more than your skills and what’s listed on your résumé. They want to know if you’ll fit in at the office and the qualities you offer. Someone gave me advice for job interviews that I found very useful. They said to be sure to do two things to prepare for your interview. First, read over the job description and think of talking points that relate to the job’s duties and qualifications. For example if it says “attention to detail” think of a situation where you paid attention to detail and it helped the office. Second, think of problems the office likely faces and how you would contribute. For example if it’s a job at a law office, they’re probably busy and deadlines are important, so you would want to emphasize your time management skills (with specific examples – do you make lists? schedule things on the calendar so they get done? how do you prioritize? ) and attention to detail. So below is a breakdown of traits specific to the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicators, Introvert or Extrovert, Intuitive or Sensing, Thinking or Feeling, and Judging or Perceiving and the qualities they encompass, which are listed below each type. Hopefully the ideas below will get you thinking about how your personality is a good fit for the job you’re applying for and about how to highlight these qualities in an interview.