The Jung typology test is used to identify personality types. A personality type is obtained, and the career choices and schools appropriate for that type are discovered.
Organizations use Jung typology tests for assessment centers, team building, coaching and personal development. Jung typology is based on the research of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung, who created Jung psychology. He published a book in 1921 called "Psychological Types." The book categorized people into many primary personality types. He characterized people utilizing three criteria: extraversion-introversion, sensing-intuition and thinking-feeling.
A researcher and practitioner of Jung's theory, Isabel Briggs Meyer added the fourth criterion of judging-perceiving. There are 16 Jung personality types.