Introvert vs. Extrovert: Who's More Likely to Succeed?

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Do you find networking exhausting or exhilarating? Do interviews make you nervous or do you just go in and "wing it"? Do you feel that writing about your accomplishments on a resume makes you boastful, or do you just lack the patience to sit down and write a resume? Your tendencies may be tied to how much of an introvert or extrovert you are. Both styles possess their own strengths and challenges.

AOL jobs recently interviewed Wendy Gelberg, president of Gentle Job Search and author of 'The Successful Introvert,' to learn more about the characteristics of introverts and extroverts.

One style isn't necessarily better than the other; they're just different. But by understanding the challenges and recognizing the strengths of each style, you can manage a more successful job search and improve your overall career management strategy.