I was playing around with some tests online today when this occurred to me. One of my ex-employers made all the candidates took a series of personality profile tests. One of which was the Jung Myers-Briggs Typology test. I'm not going to get into whether I agree with that tests ... the thing is, there're so many personality test out there that it's hard to say which one is more accurate. My view is that they're all equally accurate and inaccurate. You cannot pinpoint someone's pesronality through a set of questions or pattern alone. Anyways, that's a subject for an entirely different post. The point of this post is that I'm very curious about whether it's true that employers in general prefer ONE particular personality type. I am under the impression that ALL companies prefer extroverts more than introverts. Of course, they'd never actually come out and make that statement (that's a lawsuit waiting to happen), but I get the distinct impression that extroverts are more favored upon than introverts. Can some of the insiders on this board give some input on this? Off the record of course.