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Suggested Careers An Introvert Can Choose From





Introverts commonly, but incorrectly, are labeled as those who don’t like people. Quite the contrary. Introverts can be shy or reticent, especially in public situations, but they tend to interact with others in a way that capitalizes on their energy.
It’s true, introverts enjoy being alone. That’s when they tend to do their best thinking according to Psychology Today. However, they can be great leaders; especially when working with self-starters. Introverts are good at calming tense or combative interactions because they don’t engage or antagonize a person with inflamed emotions. Cooler heads can prevail.
Given that introverts derive their energy from being alone, listen more than they speak, and tend not to speak up in group or public settings; determining which career paths most suit an introverted personality can be helpful. The following are the various career types that can easily suit an introvert:
1. Writing:
There are many avenues to pursue a career as a writer. You can work for yourself, as a freelance writer, or handle the copy production for a large company. Writing takes on many aspects from copywriters or persuasion for marketing and advertising to informational or instructional. Writers develop curriculum for educational programs. They create the content you interact with online and through social media. Writers are useful in a vast array of industries.
Today, writers can produce great content by themselves in a quiet apartment or as part of a team – exchanging ideas. Introverts can really control the amount of human contact they receive with a career producing the written word.
2. Computer Programming:
This is career that requires a certain amount of creativity and innovation, but not a ton of superficial human contact. Programmers can also exists successfully on their own in a freelance or contract basis as well as a part of a team in a larger corporation. Much of programming while involved in team environments must be done individually.
Programming is such an objective career field, a solution either works or it doesn’t, that introverts can focus on the aspects of their career and steer clear of too much superfluous conversation if they like.
3. Science or Researcher:
Careers in these fields requires a significant amount of time dedicated to dealing with objective, fact based analysis. These careers are heavily dependent on dealing with areas that can be measured and engaged in with less emotion. These aren’t positions where anyone will be left alone entirely. However, the interaction in large groups tends to be minimized which is something an introvert will likely appreciate.
4. Self-Employment:


Introverts that are self-started and have a particular skill set that lends itself for self employment, contract, or freelance work can thrive in the solitude. Working for clients can require limited and focused contact. Those with skills such as graphics arts, editing, or even project management may find that hiring themselves out suits their interaction preferences while providing a comfortable income and more control over career choices.
 Conclusion:
While it’s challenging to list particular jobs that work well for different personality types because the job’s skill requirements are an important factor, developing the skills to advance in your career are essential regardless of your personality type. There are no perfect positions. Introverts and extroverts alike must find a way to adjust so they can thrive in their chosen career field             -(Credit: Jobberman)

Please Note: The extroverts Should not be limited only to the listed Career above. They only serve as guide for him/her when making decisions as regards Career choice.

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