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In the olden times, before social distancing became the new normal, extroverts would happily go to the office, congregate with friends, and even chat up perfect strangers to get the stimuli they need. That’s because extroverts are energized by being around other people—a fact that may be misunderstood by more introverted people. A 2019 report by researchers from the University of Toronto described the “prototypical extrovert” as talkative and outgoing, as well as preferring to take charge, express positive emotion, and seek out new experiences. These attributes give them a “small, persistent advantage in the workplace,” the report found.
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