Insight: Has the working population's personality changed?

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Analysis by The Myers-Briggs Company reflects the growing number of women in managerial and professional roles in the workplace

Many studies look at different aspects of personality in relation to factors such as age and year of birth. One such report claimed that Extraversion (outgoing and assertive) has increased over time, while another asserted university students had become more perfectionist. It would seem logical that, if this were true, the changes would be reflected in the workplace....

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