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The Myers Briggs has been growing more mainstream in recent times while interest in astrology appears to be gradually declining.

Just compare these two charts from google trends showing the search volume from 2004 to 2016 for keywords “Myers Briggs” and “astrology”.

These tests will categorize you into a certain “type” of personality, either giving you 1 of 16 types, labeling you as a “caregiver”, “idealist”, “scientist”, or a number of others.In 1962, their test eventually evolved into the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator that we know today.Even Jung knew that these types shouldn’t be used as classifications, but rather as guidelines.Many people can be borderline; just barely qualifying as one type or another.Could astrology account for some of the variation within types?

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