I wasn't talking about a job where your main function is to be on the telephone. I was talking about jobs where using the telephone is a big supporting function, like working as an IT technician for a company and going to locations to fix things for people or help them over the phone if you can. NOT helpdesk or tele-marketing bs or secretary crap.Plus most introverts would only choose a job where using the telephone was your main tool at work if they are in dire need of a job or cant get anything else. If they have any common sense they'll know that they are going to hate their job within a week.
Well that's great. I'm going to assume you are just stating that as a fact of reference herein to statements that say otherwise and aren't attempting to have a conversation where we speculate on a great number of reasons why that might have been the case, because it will put us no closer to actually determining any truth outside speculation, and that would be pointless for both of us.I have worked in jobs where they in their job profile wrote I extroverted as an ideal requirement. And I still got the jobs. When I go to interviews I get about 40-50% of the jobs I get interviewed in. And I dont change myself for them. For reference Ive had around 12 jobs in the last ten years.