Having only worked a 'quiet' job once in my life, I can honestly say it isn't for me. I spent a couple of summers working in an after-market automotive suppliers shop, with earplugs, safety glasses, and very little contact with other people. I found it to be my personal Hell.

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The work itself wasn't bad or difficult, I just found it hard not to have conversations for 8 hours at a time. My extroverted personality craves, no, NEEDS to feed on other voices and perspectives. While my experience in a shop that is void of chit-chat was less than personally pleasant, this may be the perfect job for an introverted person who would rather spend hours in silence than in conversation.

Hate Talking to People? 10 Michigan Career Options with Little to Zero Chit-Chat

Hate People? 10 Michigan Jobs With Little to Zero Human Contact

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that throughout the country, about a third of workers have to frequently talk throughout their day. On the flip side of that, it's estimated that 1.2% of people have to communicate constantly during their 9 to 5.

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The middle ground may be the 53% of workers who have to talk only occasionally, maybe just a few times a day. In total, 65.4% of America's workforce have jobs that require them to communicate only occasionally.

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So what careers can you pursue in Michigan that are among the introvert's dream gigs, that require little or no talking to other human beings?

The 10 Best Jobs for Michigan Introverts

Like going to work but hate dealing with people? Looking to make a living without making conversation? Then ConstructionCoverage.com's list of 10 Michigan Requiring the Least Communication With Others is the place to start your job search.

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