Job preference is never the same for introverts and extroverts.
Introverts prefer working remotely while extroverts love jobs that get them out of their homes, especially when there are opportunities to socialize.
However, remote jobs provide introverts with the desired privacy, focus and an invaluable excitement that come with doing what one loves best in the most peaceful environment–their homes. Therefore, remote workers with taste for classy, quaint, simple or well customized homes invest time, energy and cash in beautifying their abodes.
On this premise, it is therefore easy to understand why remote workers consider their work spaces the most comfortable spot in their homes.
There are a lot of jobs that seem to cater to those with extroverted personalities, such as those in sales, communications management, and executive positions. While introverts might find success in these roles, they probably won’t feel as fulfilled or excited as they would in other positions that don’t require as much interaction with people.
In the past, it was tough to find a position that didn’t require face time with the boss and/or customers, but as telecommuting and remote work become more commonplace, it is getting easier for an introvert to find his or her dream job.
An introverted personality certainly doesn’t equal a poor work ethic or an inability to get things done, but instead indicates that one thrives with fewer outside distractions and in situations that do not require constant interaction. Additionally, many introverts seek positions in which they can work in peace and quiet, since this is the environment in which their minds can come up with more creative ideas.