It's not that you don't like people, per se. It's just that you've never in your life been invited to a networking event and thought, "Well, that sounds fun!" You'd rather spend a quiet night in with a few friends – or by yourself – than go to a crowded bar. You go out of your way to avoid small talk. In short, you're not a people person. And that's okay. Some people just aren't built that way. Fortunately for you, there are a slew of lucrative career opportunities that don't require a lot of customer interaction and group collaboration. Insidermonkey experts made a list of 12 part-time jobs that don’t deal with customers.
Are you fluent in another language? Consider transferring that skill into a career as an interpreter, one of the fastest-growing jobs over the next five years. There's a reason some people are strictly Pepsi drinkers while others are team Coke all the way. It's a market research analyst's job to know that reason. They look at consumer buying behavior to help businesses understand who their consumers are, what they want and how much they're willing to pay for it. You can also check our list of 11 best paying jobs where you don’t have to deal with people.