How early-career millennial extroverts can court success


In a recent piece for Forbes, Desautels professor Karl Moore says that millennials who are transitioning from the campus to the job market should bear in mind the challenges that lie ahead, and know how best to meet them.

He describes how young extroverts can take cues from their more introverted peers as a way of finding success at the start of their careers. Listening skills, filtering one’s thoughts before speaking, and knowing when to stop speaking to let someone else have the floor will all benefit the extrovert who is nurturing his budding career.

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