Introverted Jobs for Introverted People

Source: quotefancy.com
Source: quotefancy.com

The sounds of silence. Aren’t they wonderfully soothing? Let’s hear it for the sweet sound of silence. Last week, we checked out the top jobs for loud extroverts. But what about the quiet corner? Here are some picks for the more introverted of the lot.

Many companies tout all of the social aspects and supposed perks of working with them. To some, these activities might as well as be nightmares: lots of new people, lots of activity, etc. For those who prefer their own company or more subdued surroundings with a few friends, there are plenty of positions and companies out there that promote peace and quiet and offer an environment where strong focused work and creativity can flourish.

Writer

What: As a writer, you create content and copy for a variety of mediums: ads, blogs, scripts, magazines, emails, books, and more. You need to possess research skills and also might edit and organize copy.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in English, Communications, or Journalism

Location: Remote, telecommuting, and in-office are all possible situations. Travel may be required to interview or to perform research.

 

Computer Programmer

What: Implement various designs that have been coded by software engineers as well as developers. Act as a QA tester for these programs too.

Education: Associate’s Degree; Bachelors of Science in Computer Science; knowledge of programming languages.

Location: Telecommuting and in-office situations.

 

Accountant

What: Accountants manage financial statements and reports. You can specialize in certain industries or services.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting; a few additional certifications.

Location: Telecommuting, in-office, with travel to specific client offices.

 

Drafter

What: In this job, you take the designs of engineers and architects and convert them into technical drawings. You employ software to make the most detailed and accurate depictions you can.

Education: Associate’s degree; technical school training.

Location: Usually in-office with the engineers and architects; in the field with these same individuals.

 

Lab Technician

What: Analyze bodily fluids with tests and procedures. You might specialize in bacteria, blood, or the immune system. Goal is to find treatment for these abnormalities.

Education: Associate’s degree; more often a Bachelor’s degree is required; specific licensing is also needed.

Location: Hospital setting or lab.

 

Market Research Analyst

What: Perform research about consumer opinions on products and present this data and analysis in graphs, charts, etc. Your goal is to offer insight to companies and the marketplace.

Education: Bachelor’s degree along with analytical skills.

Location: Act as a consultant, so you work independently for many companies – remote or in-office settings would be common.

 

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Top Technology Jobs for Extroverts

tech, technology industry, jobs, Young businessman pressing modern technology panel with finger pBlend your outgoing group-loving personality with the perfect career.

First off, a lot of technology jobs get a bad rap. Some people believe that these techie positions are just lonely people drudging along in their own little space and little world. To those who thrive on interaction and feed off other people’s energy, a job that functions like this is a nightmare!

But the technology industry has a variety of jobs available that don’t involve becoming a hermit. Many positions require strong communication skills, like public speaking, networking, and writing.

Here are some technology positions to consider when you like hanging, but when you also possess certain creative or leadership skills usually associated with more introverted careers.

1) Web developer

The Job: As a web developer, you will be responsible for designing and building visually-appealing websites. You need to be able to create sites that keep people interested and keep people clicking through pages. To create just the right site, you will communicate with clients about specific goals, needs, and ambitions regarding the purpose of the material that will be presented on the site.

Approximate Compensation: $64,000 per year

2) Help desk technician

The Job: Be the source of knowledge when people need technology help. Communication and people skills come in handy when you are dealing with others via phone or meeting them in person. Help out those in need with issues they might be having with a variety of mobile devices, computers, and other online programs and software.

Approximate Compensation: $50,000 per year

3) User experience (UX) designer

The Job: UX designers help make sure the end product for users does exactly what was intended. This job does involve plenty of screen time. But you also have to be a team player and work with others during development. You’ll do research, meet with clients, and plan out how best to approach and target the design.

Approximate Compensation: $70,000 per year

4) Digital marketer

The Job: Promote products and services as a digital marketer. Work in a positive atmosphere with various clients, exploring marketing from the customer and seller viewpoints. It is all about analyzing data and figuring out the right channels to work in for various products and ideas.

Approximate Compensation: $45,000 per year

5) Technical writer

The Job: Instead of coding, as many people might do in the tech industry, technical writers express similar technical jargon in words. You will get to interview subject matter experts and create manuals and instructional brochures for a variety of subjects. Writing is often introverted; but technical writing involves collaboration.

Approximate Compensation: $70,000 per year

6) IT project manager

The Job: Take charge of projects and lead the way in planning and management. Extroverts in this position get to engage and communicate with a variety of levels of personnel. Help lead projects to successful completion.

Approximate Compensation: $84,000 per year

7) Tech recruiter

The Job: Help others achieve their tech industry goals in the position of tech recruiter. Be conversation-savvy, interact with others, and be outgoing. Tech recruiters need some coding knowledge too. The main skill though is the ability to hold tech conversations and figure out who has the stuff to be hired and who does not.

Approximate Compensation: $48,000 per year

Ready to Make the Move?

Creative Talent Management would love to meet you and your gregarious personality. CTM has numerous technology and creative positions available for you to apply for. Your next opportunity is closer than you think. We are your source for expert talent managers. Get started today by calling one of our experienced recruiters at 800.338.4327.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

 

 

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