Career suggestions please : )?
Can you guys please suggest some careers based on my following characteristic:
1. I get stressed out easily
2. I am not competitive
3. I love to constantly learn (and can get bored with something if I feel I have learned everything there is t know about it)
4. I am very introverted (Nervous when meeting strangers, I hate parties) but I do better with one on one interactions
5. My best friend tells me I have a very fertile imagination. (I think I agree)
6. I am a procrastinator but still tend to get things done properly and on time
7. I love to have a plan
8. I feel comfortable having made a decision, but I'm very indecisive (especially about careers)
9. I need a career where I can exercise my integrity and values (I'm a Christian) and can't have a job that opposes that
10. My favorite subjects in school are psychology, sociology, anatomy and physiology, art is fun
11. I am not very mathematically inclined, although it's weird because I pick up on it very easily but I tend to forget it quickly and miss steps. The way I do math isn't very systematic
12. The subjects I hate are history, government, and chemistry
13. I like to help and be of service to others
14. I would like some autonomy in my career
15. I don't think I handle criticism well
16. I think I am an intuitive thinker
17. I like to work alone in a supportive non stressful environment
I hope i gave enough enough about myself for you guys to make some suggestion, if not question me some more. Thanks for any suggestions! : )
oh and I also don't like to do the same things over and over again
- DavidsLv 68 years agoBest Answer
1. Sigmund Freud, (1856-1939) “The Future of an Illusion.” Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday,
2. Sigmund Koch, ed., Psychology: A Study of a Science (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1959-1963).
3. Sigmund Koch, “Psychology Cannot Be a Coherent Science,” Psychology Today (Sept. 1969).
4. Karl Popper, “Scientific Theory and Falsifiability” in Perspectives in Philosophy, Robert N.
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7. Bernie Zilbergeld. The Shrinking of America: Myths of Psychological Change. Boston: Little,
Brown and Company, 1983.
8. Carl Rogers, quoted by Allen Bergin, “Psychology and Religious Values,” Journal of
Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 48, p. 101.
9. Christopher Lasch. The Culture of Narcissism. New York: W. W. Norton & Norton Company,
10. Martin and Deidre Bobgan. PsychoHeresy: The Psychological Seduction of Christianity.
Santa Barbara, CA: Eastgate Publishers, 1987.
11. E. Fuller Torrey. Witchdoctors and Psychiatrists. New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1986.
12. Christina Hoff Sommer, Dr. Sally Satel. “One Nation Under Therapy: How the Helping
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13. Dr. Tana Dineen. “Manufacturing Victims: What the Psychology Industry is Doing to
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14. Dietrich Bonhoeffer. “Voices in the Night.” Zondervan (July 1, 1999.)
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- 8 years ago
Hmm. Maybe Accounting, Persue Biology As a teacher, Medical Assisting, Nursing, or Zoology?