If you are a fan of Myers-Briggs, the psychological testing that is commonly used by many employers, then you'll like this infographic that looks at the entire Googleplex and segments them into the 16 different categories. I was heartened to see that my type, ISTJ, is in the majority. Not surprising.
The graphic comes via the folks at Resunate.com. They offer both free and several paid plans so you can score your resume with particular job descriptions to see if there is a match. The paid plans (which start at $15 a month) also offer a Myers-Briggs assessment. For example, my analysis suggests that I should "Mention examples of when you have patiently worked through problems without distraction." Given that many of us work in distraction-generating newsrooms or common work-share areas, that is easier said than done. Speaking of distractions, the service is somewhat of a graphical road-kill, as you can see from the screenshot below.
They analyze the difference bits of descriptions you have in your resume, and offer a variety of scores and suggestions on how to improve it. Sadly, if you aren't an ISTJ you might have some trouble figuring this all out. If you would like to explore the topic further, pleaseread a story I wrote last year on how you can analyze your code with Myers-Brigs-like results and a cartoon we published today here.