When looking for a job as an introvert you might be stuck trying to find something that fits your personality and probably want to avoid careers that require a lot of social interactions. But you shouldn’t have to narrow down your search too much, after all, with many jobs shifting to remote work, social interactions are now being kept to a minimum.
There are many careers that introverts can still excel at while feeling comfortable in the workplace. If you want to find a job that will fit not only your skillset but also your personality and needs, take a look at what are some of the best jobs for introverts.
Keep reading to find out more about some of these careers and an infographic to motivate you during the job search process.
What is an Introvert?
Introverts tend to be quieter and reserved. Although they may prefer to avoid social interactions, large crowds, and need some time alone, introverts have great qualities. They tend to be more self-aware, have a small group of friends, and can be very independent.
Many careers can benefit from introverted qualities, however, that doesn’t mean you can’t take a job that’s notoriously extroverted.
The Best Jobs for Introverts
Here is a list of jobs that introverts can be successful at:
- Application Developer
- Content Manager
- Data Architect
- Digital Marketer
- Executive Chef
- Graphic Designer
- Information Technology Manager
- Landscape Designer
- Research Scientist
- Social Media Manager
If you want to dive into details about these jobs and how to deal with career anxiety, you can check out Mint’s infographic below:
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