Applied for a position at a local AT&T call center. Took a screening test that had 150 questions. It was one of those "alarm bell" tests where they ask you, blatantly, whether of not you have stolen from work, been late to work, etc. Of course there are right and wrong answers, or else no one would be disqualified.
Used to be, I'd ace these tests pretty easily. In recent years though, the old strategies (strongly disagree with anything that indicates laziness or criminal disposition) aren't working as often. This time I was asked no less than 7 questions which seemed to point towards NT club, even 4 of which pointed directly to alpha NT. "I like to think about theories, possibilities." "I like to test hypotheses." "I am a logical person." And wouldn't you know it, I didn't pass.
Not every LII or ILE works at a university or a lab. How are LII people supposed to find work if they get discriminated against for being them? Nor does being LII have anything to do with taking inbound service requests.
But that's the negative side-effect of type tech: it's being misused, to the point that the society suffers in a way that wasn't possible before.
Next time I'll just respond as if I were an ESFJ.