The general perception is that extroverts are great at job interviews because of their gregarious, open nature. Introverts, on the other hand, are nerve-wracked at the thought of having to talk and connect to a room of strangers.
The interesting truth is that introverts have a unique set of skills that are perfect for the professional world, such as their keen interest in individuals rather than the group, and their ability to form deep connections on a person-to-person level.
If you are an introvert, read these pointers on how you can succeed in interviews using your special skill sets.
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