So, having read ‘Outgoing jobs to suit you’ have you decided that a career showcasing your strong personality is what you need? Well, that’s just the start to becoming one of the ‘lucky’ people with a job that they love… Next up, checking out your career options based on your personality.
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Outgoing jobs and extroverted jobs best suit people who aren’t afraid to put themselves forward, speak up and stand out from the crowd – retiring wallflowers need not apply!
Sell, sell, sell! If your idea of picking up the phone 50 times a day or more fills you with dread then sales isn’t for you. However, if you could sell snow to Eskimos and pride yourself in convincing people that black is, in fact, white then sales is just the job for you. Plus you can make a LOT of money.
See our career guide to sales executive jobs
See our career guide to sales director jobs
Getting out there and getting your company, brand or product noticed means that a job in PR demands an outgoing personality. The world of PR can be tough, but it can also be incredibly exciting with glamorous parties and good bonuses…
See our career guide to PR jobs
See our guide to marketing assistant jobs
Receptionists are the face of many companies – the first person that clients and visitors meet. It’s their job to ensure that everything runs smoothly and to project a good image of the business in which they work. Unless you’re confident in speaking to people then you may struggle. If you enjoy interactions then this is a good career option.
See our career guide to receptionist jobs
There are lots of jobs in retail but if you’re going to be working on the shop floor then you’re going to have to be confident when talking to customers. Good sales assistants are friendly, open and chatty – all key attributes in extrovert personalities.
See our career guide to retail assistant manager jobs
See our career guide to merchandiser jobs
As well as doing the safety exits demonstration, flight attendants need to be upbeat, easy to approach and confident, especially when dealing with problems on flights (which, let’s face it, happens more often than not!).
See our career guide to flight attendant jobs
Depending on what kind of call centre you work in, customer service assistants need to be confident dealing with complaints, incoming sales calls, technical queries and everything in between. And sometimes a lot of shouting. Just don’t shout back – even if you really want to.
See our career guide to customer service assistant jobs