Some hiring managers may see interviews as an opportunity to test candidates’ ability to “think on their feet” and demonstrate their expertise, whereas others simply see interviews as an opportunity to interact with candidates to determine if their personalities are a fit for the Organisation. In both of these situations, applicants who are able to “sell themselves” with fast, witty responses to questions and a solid sales pitch may shine the brightest. A typical interview more often than not inherently favors extroverts. So what? Well, the very nature of introversion, and the interview itself, may make it hard for some introverts to interview well; as such you could miss out on hiring the best candidate for the job all because they are not as socially fluent as an extrovert.
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