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7 Jobs For People Who Love To Talk

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Are you the kind of person who loves to chat about absolutely everything? Be it the latest fashion trends or a new cafe in town, you just cannot resist sharing your views about it! Do you often find yourself in situations where people ask you to actually ‘Shut Up’?

Instead of wasting your precious time and wisdom talking to random people, you can actually make the best use of this god gifted ability to make money!

Here is a list of 7 different professions which can help cash out your conversational ability.

1. Teacher/Trainer


One of the most evident requirements of being a teacher is possessing great communication skills. Teachers should have the ability to pass on ideas and knowledge along with counselling their dear students. Teaching is not only a profession in schools but it is widely used in corporate environments where trainers guide employees about various rules or policies or provide motivational pep talk.


2. Sales Representative


The perfect profession for chatterboxes and extroverts! This field requires the art of persuasion which eventually requires great interpersonal skills. Pitching clients and staying in contact through emails and calls every now and then are the key responsibilities of a sales person. If you never get tired of talking, and interacting with a diverse range of people doesn’t give you headaches, then this is definitely  your field.


3. Event Planner

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Organizing events like weddings, birthdays, meetings, concerts etc. requires a lot of interaction with different kinds of people and not everyone finds this a piece of cake. Constant meet-ups with clients, vendors and convincing them about your budget; all of this requires a lot of yapping. And hey, it is quite a lucrative line of career!


4. Human Resource Specialist


As the name suggests, this profession requires a lot of human interaction. If you have been hired to recruit, then you’ll have to use your verbal efficiency to find the best employees for your company. Along with hiring, human resource specialists have to address issues of employees, train personnel and manage employee relations.


5. Radio Jockey

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What’s better than chatting with the entire city and having a fan following? This is a kind of job where discussing about weather or traffic or sharing your opinions with your listeners will never go in vain. Yes, you will need to have script before hand but your sense of humour, spontaneity and love of talking will get benefited in the best possible way.


6. News Anchor/ Reporter


If you are capable of multitasking, good with linguistics, confident and a people’s person then nothing can be better than this for you! This field requires conducting interviews, interrogations along with the ability of filling gaps of awkward silences during the show. And, oh, there is a must requirement of basic know-how of politics.


7. Tour Guide


This is an exciting line of career since it requires a lot of talking (and walking) all day with different people coming from diverse backgrounds. All you need to do is show them around, share amusing and interesting stories and convince them to visit again. Who wouldn’t love a job which is fun-filled and requires visiting new exciting places?


Thinking of giving a new start to your career? Go ahead and invest your abilities and talents in the right career path!

Contributor:  Fatima Akhlaq