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what should i be when i grow up?? based on my interests?

im pretty good at math i dont like to read that much im pretty athletic -not anything particular ilove shopping i like going out and doing things i hate staying home i love being with friends i can be quiet around new people im pretty interested in science

Asked By: orange - 5/9/2006
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You might want to be a comparison shopper for a company. Many times companies will hire someone and give them a list of items to go to various stores and see what they charge for the same item, that way they know what they should price their items at. It would involve some math as you would need to be able to figure... More
Answered By: little_chipmunk - 5/9/2006
Additional Answers (12)
be a bartender
Answered By: Nate K - 5/9/2006
 
A secret shopper.
Answered By: eehco - 5/9/2006
 
I think you should be an archaeologist, considering they have a lot to do with your interests, but I'm not one to say. You just have to find what you love to do the most and incorporate that into your career.
Answered By: militarychick03 - 5/9/2006
 
A high school coach that also teaches science.
Answered By: TrippingJudy - 5/9/2006
 
be a business executive.
Answered By: xaviorof13 - 5/9/2006
 
be an architect!thats seems 2 suit u...
Answered By: glucose - 5/9/2006
 
Get into sales.. lots of money and you meet different people all the time.. Medical sales are great. Drug sales to doctors and clinics clothing store buyers things like that...
Answered By: big jay 7 - 5/9/2006
 
Um you are a tuffy. However bepending on your sex you could try grapic design. It will let you use your mathand sicence ablities for the most part. Good Luck
Answered By: b_the_angel_168 - 5/9/2006
 
Buisiness - perhaps research and development in the fashion industry (or whatever it is you liks shopping for - clothes was just a guess)
Answered By: markjo222 - 5/9/2006
 
architect...bartender...waiter
Answered By: Jamie16 - 5/9/2006
 
Find a job that allows you to... More
Answered By: Fortunato - 5/9/2006
 
i like f*****g so what job i do man.
Answered By: vietnamgentlement - 5/9/2006
 
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