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Every job is just a job at the end of the day and not the most important thing in the world. Don't come in thinking that work is the ultimate goal of your life. Work is just a necessity to keep your existence and may others. That doesn't meant that it's bad it's just necessary.
Don't let work define you find yourself in ways beyond work.11
The best career choice for myself was the Marine Corps. I served in the military and it was the most fun, rewarding, and challenging experience ever.
I would still be enlisted if I didn't get medically retired after an injury and being sexually and physically assaulted during my service. I have been compensated very well for my hardships so I can't really complain. I love America. And I would fight for it until my last breath if they ever let me go back active duty.
Wherever your interest lies. What are you interested in?
I'd suggest to take this test. I took one and got a couple of career choices and most of them were in healthcare.. which matches my interest
What Girls & Guys Said
A good career choice is wherever your interest lies. As that will help one maintain long-term discipline in learning the craft to create longevity and be prosperous on said career path.
Just dont be a "dollar and a dream" type of person. It such a torturous path to take.10
What are you interests,
what are firm no goes?111
IT and fiance/accounting.
Nothing beats having your own business though if you have the head for it.10
Doctor lawyer professor investment banker novelist (that one’s hard to be successful at though)10
i find a fighter pilot to the coolest and most appealing!! at least to me10
whatever u're interested in - as long as u're skilful enough, u'll find work
or just be a doctor/engineer10
I suggest you take a career test to see what suits you best.10
Keep exploring the options and wait until you find something you are passionate about. Your school counselor may be able to give you some tests to show what careers you would be best at.0
Banking & finance
Depends on what you're interested in10
What do you like to do?24
Hopefully you find one where you are happy in12
Law, accounting, maybe medicine10
Something u love, it can be a talent10
Woman wants to work at billion dollar companies then wanting a family for herself1
Anything in healthcare. Also computer security.0
becoming a psychic32
I don't know10
My recommendation, whatever you decide, is to become a specialist. You answered elsewhere that you thought about teaching, so for example, if you were to teach art, I would say don't generalize, like teaching art at a high school. Specialize in some niche, like the art of a specific nomadic group in prehistoric Mesopotamia, or a select group of 18th century Russian painters. When you specialize, you create demand, meaning you can charge more for your work and/or expertise.
I say this as a low paid generalist, I've spent my life jumping from this to that, working hard and long to make very little. Now I'm starting to specialize, and will in a few years be at a point where I will make more in one year than I made in 6 years, from ages 19-24. Working LESS. Knowing what I know now, I feel like a fool for how little I sold my time and energy for. But I have lots of good memories and skills now at least :)
The other way to go with this is to do something you really, literally LOVE to do. As in you would do it regularly, even if you weren't being paid to do it. Maybe this is creating art for you. I would suggest if you love art (or anything else) so much, even if you don't choose it as a career, you still put time and energy into it as long as it remains fulfilling for you. You never know where it could lead you; painting for 20 years for example, is bound to make you a better painter than most.