Here are The BEST Jobs for Introverts with No Experience!

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Having no experience in the working world is an obstacle that many young people face, especially introverts with no communication skills.

While there are plenty of jobs that require experience and training and a degree, not all do, and the entry-level positions provide a great opportunity for a young (and old!) introvert to get a foothold in their field.

I know that it can be difficult to find your first job, but there are many jobs that are perfect for introverts without experience and even without a degree.

In this article, we’ll take a look at some of those jobs so you can decide if one is right for you.

Remember that Education is key. Each job will require you to invest time and energy to learn and improve since you have no experience in it, but if that’s what it takes to succeed at your new profession, then do it, and you’ll be well on your way to an ideal career!

7 Jobs for Introverts with No Experience and No degree.

  1. Administrative Assistant

What does an administrative assistant do? An administrative assistant, or AA, works in a variety of offices and settings, helping with a wide range of tasks in order to help out their boss. Some administrative assistants work in business settings, while others might work in the medical field, helping doctors keep up with their busy schedules.

Administrative assistants have a few responsibilities, including:

-typing reports and other documents

-answering phones and directing calls

-organizing meetings and events

-filing papers and other documents

Being an introvert, this job will suit you because you can work in an office setting without too much direct interaction. you won’t necessarily need to work in a team, and your own office will provide you with the solitude you need to recharge.

This will allow you to be organized and pay attention to detail.

  1. photographer

Photography is all about capturing a split second of a time where everything is right. For this reason, it requires extreme focus and attention to detail.

If you have an interest in photography, you’d be a perfect fit for the job.

Doing photography doesn’t require past professional experience if you’re interested in taking photos of people.

Many photographers got their start by taking pictures of friends and family, then building up their portfolios to get freelance jobs.

If you’re interested in documenting events and telling stories through your photos, doing freelance photography as an introvert is perfect for you.

  1. Writer

Writing is one of the most solitary professions in the world,  and it requires a great deal of focus.

If you’re passionate about writing, it might be a good idea for you to get your start in the profession by doing freelance work or creating your own content online.

Freelance writing is a great way to build up a portfolio and make connections in the world of writing without needing to be around people, and most importantly, without needing past experience.

Introverted writers can write about their passions without fear of judgment, and they usually get to work from home as well (or wherever they can find wi-fi).

  1. Blogger

much like writing, blogging can be a great introvert job because it requires a lot less social interaction than many other jobs.

Bloggers usually write about their passions or interests, while also doing work on the side to make money.

If you’re passionate about a topic, why not start writing your thoughts online?

It doesn’t take long to set up a blog if you have some tech skills and are willing to learn SEO, and many companies are more than happy to pay people for posts.

  1. Graphic designer

If you’re artistic and creative, working as a graphic designer might be perfect for you.

Graphic designers do everything from logo design to book covers, and they can  b e found in companies large and small.

If you’re introverted, graphic design might be a great choice because you’re able to work mostly on your own and from home!

You’ll need to work with clients, but you’ll probably only need to meet with them online.

  1. E-commerce store owner

If you’re introverted, e-commerce might be the perfect job for you.

It’s difficult to start e-commerce if you don’t have any past professional experience, but it can be quite rewarding once you pass the learning curve and start making a profit.

E-commerce store owners get to set their own schedules and work from home, which is perfect for silence lovers.

This job requires a significant amount of work and dedication, but it doesn’t require much interaction which makes it one of the best profitable jobs for introverts without a degree or past experience.

  1. Freelance Software developer 

Introverts are best suited for careers that allow them to work independently.

Software development can be done from home, which makes it perfect for introverts who don’t like interacting with people.

If you’re passionate about coding, you might be able to earn money by developing apps or websites for clients.

Since this job is in high demand,  it can be difficult to get your foot in the door without having some past experience, but you can definitely be killing it financially within a few months without having a degree or proving past experience.

Part Time Jobs For Introverts With no Experience.


If you own a car, driving for Lyft or Uber is an easy way to make money on the side.

Driving for a ride sharing company doesn’t require much social interaction, but it’s important to have the ability to give good directions and be a good driver (no one wants to sit in a car with someone who can’t drive properly).


If you live near a gardening company, they might need help on the weekends or in the evening.

Many companies are looking for people who can work in the evenings to water their gardens and tend to other small tasks.

Since you get paid by how many hours worked, this job is perfect for introverts who like to work in silence.

Grocery delivery 

If you don’t mind driving and aren’t afraid of talking to people, working part time as a grocery delivery driver might be perfect for you.

You can get paid to drive around town picking up groceries and dropping them off at a customer’s house.

Dog walker/sitter

If you have a flexible schedule, dog walking or sitting might be the perfect job for you.

Many people are looking for someone to walk their dogs when they’re not available, and you can earn money while also getting some furry friends in your life.

Since it’s a part time job, it doesn’t require much of an investment and can be especially lucrative if you also pet sit over the weekend.

computer technician

If you have any knowledge about computers, you might be able to work as a computer technician.

You can work during weekends fixing computers for people by traveling to their homes.

This job is perfect if you’re introverted and don’t mind working with your hands.

You might need some past experience, but it’s a simple job that can be lucrative.



What are some good entry level jobs for introverts?

most of the jobs we listed in this article that don’t require experience can be considered as entry level jobs. in addition to these jobs, here are some more options you can consider: Data Entry Specialist, Librarian, Accountant.

What can be considered a good job for introverts with no degree?

Nowadays? Freelance or online Jobs are most likely the best jobs for introverts who don’t have a degree.  To determine what other occupations might be good, we suggest looking at the list above for more jobs.

Best online jobs for introverts with no experience?

There are plenty of online jobs that don’t require past experience. Here’s just a few:

blogger, photographer,  writer, social media manager, virtual assistant.

Best jobs for introverts with anxiety without a degree?

Freelance jobs without a doubt, most specifically the ones where you can work solo without a deadline or obligations, you just need patience.

examples are bloggers, ebook writers, affiliate marketers.


I hope this article helps you determine what career path you should follow if you have no experience and/or nor degree. Even though this job market is tough, you can be successful if you’re determined to work hard! And just remember that as an introvert, you have a lot of advantages. This is not an exhaustive list by any means, but it’s a good starting point for people who are ready to take a step forward!


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Sarra is a behavioral science student and HS science teacher ( also a cat mom! ) who obsesses over typing people but can't seem to type her own self. Let's just say that for the time being, she's a cross between an INFJ and INFP!

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