What do you think is a good job for an outgoing people friendly person who is FAST learner??

Looking to get into a new career, but I don't know what I want to get into. I am currently a Paralegal and a Real Estate Agent. I don't really like the paralegal thing. Long hours, little money. Real estate agent is great, just slow going, and I want to do that part time. What would be a good profession to look into? I don't have alot of money to go back for expensive education. I like financial stuff and the real estate stuff... Just want something relatively easy to get into. Anyone have any suggestions?

Asked By: veronica_nhc - 8/16/2006
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What about continuing to be a paralegal in a different area of law. I work as a litigation paralegal for an attorney who handles a good deal of product liability cases (defense). In the course of defending the cases, I learn tons about how products work, what can go wrong, etc. Makes me a bit of a worry-wort IRL... More
Answered By: Marie - 8/17/2006
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If you're a fast learner and out going maybe you should consider online marketing. Market a program and if you're personable and outgoing you'll get lots of people to sign up = lots of money. While you're earning this stream of income you're also learning how to create your own products (ebooks, etc) and can market... More
Answered By: streak_tlu - 8/16/2006
This is for people that are serious and who don’t want to be misled as we have tried many things and have found a company that has been around for 21 Years and pays you to advertise for them. My wife and I just started and are doing well. It is not an MLM company and no selling, no deliveries or stocking product. My... More
Answered By: Rich F - 8/16/2006
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