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Being able to understand different personality types is crucial to having good relationships. Extroverts, for example, are typically known to be the life of the party—they love being around other people and rarely hesitate to try something new. But being a social butterfly isn’t the end of the story.

Just because they're outgoing and bubbly doesn’t mean they’re happy 24/7. While an introvert may choose to cancel plans for the night in an effort to recharge, an extrovert should still go to the office happy hour—because, again, individuals with this type of personality thrive around others. In fact, if they don’t get enough human interaction, they’ll end up feeling pretty drained.

So, extroverts, check out this infographic to discover more about your natural disposition, the types of career paths that are most suited for it, and how to best interact with introverts. And you know what, even if you don’t fit into this category, you should still read on. You can learn a heck of a lot about the people who do, which is especially helpful if you want to be a better co-worker, leader, and friend.