Dream Jobs For Introverts
The job search process is hard for anyone, but if you are introverted, then you might find the process especially difficult. Going out to network and sitting for interviews is hard enough, but if you land a job that requires a lot of interaction with people, you might quickly start to feel overwhelmed. Let's look at some dream jobs for introverts.
Becoming a librarian assistant requires minimal interaction with patrons. While the head librarians deal with people, librarian assistants can spend their time reshelving books, helping to organize areas of the library, or repairing damaged books.
Retail stocking is another great job for introverted people. Retail stocking is often done during off-hours when stores are not packed with customers. Stockers are not usually required to interact with customers on a regular basis, and even if you do interact with a customer, you are likely to simply refer them to someone else.
Park rangers are professionals trained to maintain public parks and forests. Their tasks include educating visitors on park rules, monitoring the parks for safety issues, keeping an eye on wildlife populations, keeping the parks clean, and other tasks. Park rangers will usually work on their own and will only interact occasionally with visitors when necessary.
This unique job is comprised of evaluating and documenting historical documents. An archivist is often employed by a college, university, or library. This individual will work largely alone. A love of history, and special attention to detail, will help you to succeed in this type of job.
An accountant is a professional that handles the financial information for individuals or businesses. An accountant will often work by themselves but will need to occasionally interact with clients. Having a love of math will help you succeed in this profession.
If you are introverted, your professional success may depend on finding a job that allows you to keep to yourself with limited time to interact with others.