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Kali Cook

I would consider something in accounting/finance or IT. An entry level accounts payable or accounts recievable position to start would get your foot in the door with minimal training requirements. These types of positions require a lot of detail and many times do not require much people interaction. IT would require more education/training but again, IT positions such as software developers don't have a lot of people interaction. If you get into help desk or network administrator IT positions - then you do have to interface with people regularly. Additionally, there are classes like Crucial Conversations that might help you feel more comfortable interacting with coworkers. Good luck.

Answered 9 years ago

Kali Cook