Are you someone who loves to be with people, interact with them and not be afraid to speak in front of a crowd? If that is a yes, you may be wondering what kind of jobs are available for extroverts like you, especially now that the pandemic is disabling many from going out and interacting directly with others.

To help you get started, here are 10 of the best remote jobs available for extroverts:

1. Event Planning

As an event planner, you will be in charge of organising different events for a company. You will reach out to suppliers, guests and event participants, allowing you to build your network at the same time while making sure the event is successful.

2. Freelance Writer

There are specific freelance writing jobs that will require you to coordinate with a team to accomplish projects. If you are good with words and corresponding with people from various time zones, this is an excellent job to consider.

3. Customer Service

For customer service representatives, you will be engaging with customers who need help solving problems regarding the items or services they purchased. You may also be asked to do follow-ups with clients, as well as do some promotional activity.

4. Virtual Assistant

As a virtual assistant, you will be tasked to help your clients with their social media presence, create calendar notifications and manage teams on behalf of your client. You will need to manage your time efficiently to keep up with the workload and be computer and social media savvy.

5. Project Management

Like event planners, project managers will speak to a variety of people to get a project done. You will need to get everyone coordinated, resources distributed to the right people, and complete the task within the deadline.

6. Tech Support

Tech support is similar to customer service representatives because you will have to help customers with their technical problems. You will need to be outgoing and capable of de-escalating any situation to assist clients during this time successfully. 

7. Sales

Salespeople are the ones who communicate directly with the market and entice them to purchase your items or services. You need to be good with any client to succeed in this field and always be positive when meeting potential clients.

8. Online Teaching

Since people are still advised to distance themselves socially due to the coronavirus, online teaching is becoming very popular. You will work with your students via video calls and chat during online teaching or tutoring and use online resources to teach them.

9. Theatre Work

You can work in the theatre even if you are just at home. You can do your practices and performances with an excellent remote setup. You can be an understudy or you can work behind the curtains. You will need to organise your schedule because performance dates can be hectic depending on how well the shows perform.

10. Social Media Management

You can also try out being a social media manager for an individual or a company. You simply need to be savvy in social media, create compelling posts for people to see and interact with the community.

These ten remote jobs are just some of the remote tasks you can do if you are an extrovert. If they do not catch your fancy, do additional research and see which ones match your strengths.

Looking for jobs to suit for your personality? Here are some guides for you to consider:
Knowing Your Personality Can Help In Your Career Choice
Who are you at work?
Match Your Personality With The Type Of Freelancing Work

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15 replies on “10 Best Remote Jobs for Extroverts

  1. Fascinating, Kally!

    Intriguing, too, as you approach workplace dynamics from a different angle. People in general bemoan isolation, yet I never considered the even more profound effect it has on those who live for interaction. A particularly useful list you’ve compiled.

    Our company is easing back into a “hybrid” model, wherein some people (like me) have come back into the office, while others still work from home. So far, it’s worked well, as both extroverts and introverts have found their comfort.

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  2. Freelance writer sounds good Kally. At some stage I would love to write a book and have draft of a memoir.
    I enjoy blogging and interacting with others as a hobby and that’s as far as it has gone so far.
    Recently deactivated the auto renewal on my premium site due to costs.
    Who knows, freelance writing could be by niche.
    Thanks for visiting my blog 😀🥰

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