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  • Writer's pictureJoseph Williams

10 great jobs for introverts

After two years of being sat at a desk in a small corner of your house, perhaps you are ready to get back into the office and are loving hybrid working.

However, if like me you are an introvert, the last two years have been quite blissful, not to mention more productive. So as the world returns to normal, maybe you've been thinking about how you can apply your skills to other professions that will enable you to still enjoy the working style that works best for you.

If this sounds like you, you probably have an introverted personality. The best jobs for introverts tend to be roles with limited human interaction and work environments with plenty of quiet spaces to concentrate.

Being an introvert won't limit someone's ability to perform well in their role and there are plenty of jobs for shy people! However, it can be beneficial to be aware of your preferences as an introvert to maximize your abilities and foster your well-being in your job. Read on to discover some of the best introvert careers!

Software QA Tester jobs: Good for people who are detail-oriented, like trying to break things and have a passion for technology

Editor jobs: Good for creatives who enjoy revising and coordinating content and have excellent attention to detail.

Auditor jobs: Good for people who enjoy solving problems, doing detective work, and working in finance.

IT Manager jobs: Good for people who enjoy problem-solving, working independently and are detail-oriented.

Graphic Designer jobs: Good for creative, consistent people who can handle criticism from others.

Digital journalist jobs: Good for people with strong writing skills, self-discipline, and an extensive vocabulary.

Software Engineering jobs: Good for detail-oriented, independent people with a passion for the craft.

Accountant jobs: Good for efficient people who are highly organized and skilled with numbers.

Administrative jobs: Good for multitaskers who enjoy processes and larger-scale project management. Must have close attention to detail.

UX/UI Designer jobs: Good for creative, consistent people who can handle criticism from others and enjoy working at pace.


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