Career Help?

I have no idea what i want to do. And i only have 1 and a Half year left before i start applying to collage. The thing is i want to work in a place where i can help people or have fun doing my job. I can't be a doctor because i can't stand the sight of blood and i don't find science interesting. The subjects i do take are Computers, Business, Economics, and Accounts. Don't want to be a banker or an accountant. Please help.


It's not about the money either.

5 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Don't pick anything at first. You can enter college as an "undetermined" major. That will allow you to float around and take a few courses in different majors to find out what you are interested in. That is what I did. It also sounds like you might be interested in the same thing that I am majoring in, Finance. It involves everything that you said that you like. In the Finance major you don't have to be an Accountant or a Banker. You could have career in Real Estate (All kinds of careers in this one. Donald Trump majored in Finance and is a Real Estate Developer), Risk Management, Investment Analysis, Insurance, Financial Planning and Analysis, Credit Analysis, Cash Management or Corporate/Government Finance. You could be an adviser or Financial Director. The list goes on. Good luck.

  • Well, I don't have a decision yet, but I'm going to college and is not necessary that you need to have a career because you are gonna take credit classes for the University, you are not gonna take any career there, so mostly people have 2 years to choose what they want, so don't become exasperated, well, I don't know if where you live its different the way in college. Also, you can take an aptitude test, its gonna be helpful.Good luck

  • 1 decade ago

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    1 decade ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    You can try Human Resources or some type of Counselor.

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