For anyone, selecting the perfect college major or career can be difficult — if not impossible. After all, the choices are limitless.
But what if you could get pointed in the right direction based on your personality? The Career Assessment Site (CAS) may serve as a resource.
The company, which helps individuals take personality tests to enhance their performance at work and school, found that there are careers and majors that introverts and extroverts typically prefer more, leading to making more money and feeling more satisfied.
"Some of us get energized by interacting with other people," according to the CAS, "while others among us are drained by such interactions."
"And it's likely that a lot of people out there are in jobs that aren't suitable for their natural inclinations toward extroversion or introversion," the site continues.