It doesn’t matter how good a candidate looks on paper (or screen); what happens in the interview makes a bigger impact. We want to know how it feels to interact with these paper applicants to get a real feel of who they are and how they’ll work with others. That’s why the interview is often the tipping point for applicants.
And because we’re human, it’s natural to clickwith people who can instantly connect with others (and usually this happens more quickly with extroverts who are comfortable talking to pretty much anybody). Introverts who usually are nervous—and perhaps whose sentences don’t come out quite right—can get overlooked, even if they’re the most qualified candidates for the job. Read furthur