Personality type can translate into success in professional life. An extrovert will find it easier to succeed in other professions than an introvert. Find out what positions extroverts will make a career in.
The personality division introduced in the early 20th century by Carl Jung still works today. Jung identified two personality types: introverts and extroverts. This division was supplemented after some time by ambiverts, who manifest the personality traits of both extroverts and introverts.
In our article, we would like to point out the professions ideal for extroverts, but before we do so, it is worthwhile to give a little insight into the characteristics of people with this personality type. A typical extrovert:
An extrovert can be a very good employee, if his occupation allows him to take full advantage of the strengths of this personality type. For an extrovert, working from an office is definitely preferable to working remotely. This personality type feels great if he has contact with other people. He loves working in a group, and will feel like a fish in water when brainstorming. His presentations can be captivating, as he has a natural gift for public speaking. Contact with clients is not a challenge for him and building relationships on a professional footing is not difficult for him.
On the other hand, extroverts can sometimes be explosive, so they can sometimes cause conflicts among employees. An extrovert often acts impulsively, so that the decisions he makes are often not preceded by a thorough analysis of a given situation. People with this personality type like to be noticed, so great satisfaction at work will bring him both a good result achieved and praise from a superior.
There are several professions in which the characteristics of an extrovert make it very easy to perform the duties assigned by the employer. Of course, it is not excluded that an introvert, for example, will work well in these professions, but due to the traits he possesses, reliable performance of duties may be more troublesome for him.
So in what professions will extroverts prove themselves? Here are some examples.
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