A Human Resources Manager believes in equality in the workplace while adhering to a organizations workplace policies. You will use employee behavior metrics to help improve the workplace with employee contests and events to lighten up the mood in the office.
Since most introverts are logical thinkers, one of the benefits of this role is you can work closely with the C-Suite. It can open the doors of opportunity for you to get closer to an executive position.
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Salary National Average: $49,483
Education: Associate in Arts, Bachelors Degree in Journalism, English or Communications
A writer has the freedom to be creative, innovative and collect their thoughts while completing assignments. Most writers spend their time alone and may depend on a team of subject matter experts or management for information that is out of their expertise. You can consider working for a company as a full-time employee or a part time job providing academic paper writing help. Depending on your personality, you can take advantage of these writing positions in your city:
- Technical writer
- Business writer
- News writer
- Marketing writer
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3. Computer Programmer
Salary National Average: $65,277
Education: Associates degree, Bachelors degree in computer science. In certain fields courses on healthcare or accounting is helpful.
A career in IT is one of the best industries to get into for people that consider themselves introverts. A day in the life of a computer programmer includes writing code for software programs, debugging programs for errors, and mobile applications for internal employee use. You will be amongst colleagues with a similar personality, working with engineers and IT Analysts to fix your company's computer issues.