Extroverts often are hired because they make a good impression with their outgoing demeanor, but a study shows that over time it's often the anxious and quiet employees who perform better in the long run in a team setting, says Corinne Bendersky with UCLA. Extroverts are poor listeners and less collaborative, while neurotics worry about what others think of them and so will do whatever it takes to get the job done, she says.

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