Extraversion – Low

Extraversion – Low

You are an introvert. While you enjoy spending time with others, you truly get your energy by spending time by yourself. Spending too much time around others leaves you feeling tired and drained. Others describe you as thoughtful and quiet. Being the center of attention usually makes you feel uncomfortable.

You may not be a social butterfly, but you do an amazing job building relationships with others. You find that you typically have a few friends whom you are very close with, rather than many acquaintances. The relationships you have with others are usually very long-lasting.

Others would describe you as very detail-oriented. You listen more than you speak, and are thoughtful about whatever you say. In stressful situations, you always seem calm and level-headed.

Introverts do best in jobs that allow them to spend most of the day alone. If put into a job that requires too much time spent with others, introverts leave work feeling completely exhausted. The best jobs for introverts include those involving art, technology, or science – such as a photographer, lab worker, or computer programmer.

Extraversion Extraversion – Low

You are an introvert. While you enjoy spending time with others, you truly get your energy by spending time by yourself. Spending too much time around others leaves you feeling tired and drained. Others describe you as thoughtful and quiet. Being the center of attention usually makes you feel uncomfortable.

You may not be a social butterfly, but you do an amazing job building relationships with others. You find that you typically have a few friends whom you are very close with, rather than many acquaintances. The relationships you have with others are usually very long-lasting.

Others would describe you as very detail-oriented. You listen more than you speak, and are thoughtful about whatever you say. In stressful situations, you always seem calm and level-headed.

Introverts do best in jobs that allow them to spend most of the day alone. If put into a job that requires too much time spent with others, introverts leave work feeling completely exhausted. The best jobs for introverts include those involving art, technology, or science – such as a photographer, lab worker, or computer programmer.