Interesting question and perspective. I would think it might be high. Often engineers and accountants do not interact a lot with people at work versus the amount of time they spend on their immediate tasks. Which means they are task-oriented professions. To that we may want to add computer programmers, auto technicians or almost any technician to the list. Task oriented people are probably more likely to analyze, tinker, adjust, and modify things.
But I am sure we have a lot of people-oriented members too. That is what makes this place such a treat, so many different kinds of people.