Which careers and jobs will best fit your traits as a highly sensitive person?I wrote a blog post about what I think is the best job for HSPs–working for yourself–but that solution won’t work for everyone.
People have both disagreed and agreed with pretty much every job I listed below.
The reality is that it is impossible to say with certainty that Remember, there’s a big, fat, huge caveat to all of these: your boss, co-workers, work environment, hours, job responsibilities and more can make or break a job.
One librarian may love his job and another may hate it.
One graphic designer may have a private office and love being able to express her creative side, while another can’t stand his boss and hates sitting in a cubicle.
So much depends on factors outside of the specific job itself.
I still think that working for yourself is the best option, but if you can’t make that happen, find a job that improves your quality of life.
Making money isn’t the most important thing to an HSP–it’s being fulfilled and happy in your job.
A job that makes you miserable will affect your entire life negatively, mentally and physically, from morning to night.
Invest in yourself and find a career that makes you happy!
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