The ESFP takes his/her energy from the outside world of actions and spoken words. He/she prefers dealing with facts, which he/she usually takes at face value. He/she also prefers dealing with the present and with people, and probably derives much enjoyment out of friendships. His/her life is flexible, living it very much in the present, and responding to things as they arise. He/she is impulsive and friendly, seeking enjoyment out of life, and makes new friends easily. He/she likes taking part in solving urgent problems, such as fire-fighting or trouble shooting. He/she operates best in practical situations involving people.
That is by my own judgment I am afraid. Not that it matter being by now a six badgeman sitting in the Spanish sun I have no interest in careers etc.
Also I have so belief or acceptance that occupational psychology ever added anything of use to the work place.