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Business leaders and HR experts are taking a closer look at shifting employee needs and for a good reason. Happier employees not only contribute towards a more positive work environment. They’re also an important factor in improving employee retention and driving business success:
If you really think about it, we aren’t actually either introverts or extroverts. Instead, we’re all on a spectrum as ‘Big Five’ personality tests characterize. Someone more on the side of extroversion would enjoy social contact more, especially large group projects and company parties. It seems as if modern workplaces seem tailor-made for extroverts with the open plan layouts, which removes barriers between people. However, it seems there are very few options that would be perfect jobs for introverts that don't always require working from home.
After graduating high school, many students' first thoughts aren't focused on trying to find the highest paying jobs that don't require a college degree. Many go to college to further diversify their skills so they can get a high paying job, but college is not for everyone. Some people can’t afford to continue their education at a university. Others may just not like going to school.