Types of Intelligence and Relative Career Options

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This intelligence has introspective and self-reflection ability. People who are best on intrapersonal intelligence like to work on their own ideas and can sometimes be seen as introverts. They are usually highly self-aware and able to understand their own feelings, goals, and motivations. People best on intrapersonal intelligence like to work on their own ideas and sometimes may be seen as introverts. There is often a high level of perfection related to this intelligence.

Relevant Careers: business consultant, psychologist, novelist, etc.


This intelligence is related to interacting with others. It is knowing that happens when working with and relating to other people, often as part of a team. This knowledge developed the range of social skills needed for effectively enhancing person-to-person communication and relationship building. People with interpersonal intelligence learn through personal interactions. They communicate effectively and tend to have lots of friends, exhibit a deep understanding of other points of view and show a great deal of empathy for others They usually learn best by working with others and often enjoy discussions and debates.

Relevant Careers: teacher, consultant, public relations specialist, etc.


Linguistic intelligence consists of knowledge from language; by reading, writing, and speaking. People with high lexical-linguistic intelligence display facilities with words and language. They are good at reading, writing, telling stories, and remembering words with dates. They tend to learn to read, take notes, listen to lectures, discuss, debate, and so on. They are often skilled at explaining, teaching, and oratory, or speaking from the heart. People with verbal-linguistic intelligence learn foreign languages very easily because they have a high vocabulary memory and recollection and the ability to understand and handle syntax and structure.

Relevant Careers: author, poet, reporter, translator, etc.


This intelligence works with logic, abstraction, reasoning, and numbers. People who are inclined towards naturally in mathematics, chess, computer programming, and other logical or numerical activities. They love to experiment, solve puzzles, and solve other problems. They are relatively more systematic and organized, with rational reasoning behind the actions undertaken.

Relevant Careers: Mathematician, engineer, scientist, accountant, etc.



This intelligence has physical movement and physiology. The mantra of this intelligence is “Learning by Doing”. People who have physical-dynamic intelligence should learn better by incorporating muscle movements and are generally better at physical activity. They may enjoy acting or performing. Instead of reading or listening to it, they learn better by doing something physically. People with powerful kinesthetic intelligence like physical movement, dancing, and making things with hands.

Relevant Careers: Surgeon, actor, dancer, musician, Jeweller, Carpenter, athlete, etc.


This intelligence is related to rhythm, music, and listening. Those who have a higher level of musical-rhythmic intelligence show greater sensitivity to sound, rhythm, melody, and music. They usually have a good pitch and are able to sing, play musical instruments, and make music. Since this intelligence has a strong auditory component, those who are strongest in it can learn best through lectures. In addition, they usually use songs or rhythms to learn and memorize information and work great with playing music in the background.

Relevant Careers: Singer, song composer, musical teacher, instrument technician, songwriter, etc.


This intelligence has to do with vision and local decision-making. People with visual-spatial intelligence usually handle skills in visual and mental things. They have a visual memory and often a tendency towards artistry. This intelligence reflects the knowledge that arises through the images, shapes, designs, patterns, and colors seen by our eyes, and also includes the accumulated images. People who are powerful in visual-spatial intelligence tend to think in images and pictures.

Relevant Careers: Architect, artist, interior designer.


This naturalist intelligence has related to the knowledge that occurs in and through a person’s encounters with the natural world. People who are said to be more sensitive to nature and their place in it, have the ability to nurture and grow things and have greater ease in caring for, teaching, and interacting with animals. To really learn something new, they need to combine new experiences with previous knowledge. They mostly have an affinity and respect for all living beings.

Relevant Careers: Environmental scientist, botanist, zoologist, oceanographer, gardener, farmer, etc.