Six High-Paying Jobs Extroverts Will Thrive In

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If you consider yourself an extrovert, there are plenty of high-paying jobs that will be right for you. Here are a few, according to Market Realist.  

Trial Attorney  

Average annual pay: $162,000 

Attorneys who represent clients in the court of law must have great stage presence. They have to be persuasive in order to support their client’s side of the story.  


Average annual pay: $163,220  

Dentists must practice open communication and collaboration with their colleagues and patients. It’s also their responsibility to cultivate a welcoming environment in the office.  

Registered Nurse  

Average annual pay: $92,871  

Registered Nurses require positive energy to make the patients they take care of feel safe.  

Public relations specialist 

Average annual pay: $62,800 

PR specialists are all about representing the public-facing brand and identify of the company or product. This of course requires a lot of media campaigns and collaboration with other teams.  

Social media manager 

Average annual pay: $70,000 

Someone who manages social media accounts must be responsible for engaging with the online community and gaining traction in posts.  

Event manager 

Average annual pay: $126,133  

Planning events requires collaboration with different entities, including clients, catering, venues, entertainers, and vendors.  

Read more about high-paying jobs for extroverts in Market Realist.  

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