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What is a good paying job that stupid people, like me, can do?

So I'm an idiot, I almost have an Assoicates degree in Accounting and will do the Bachelors to make my family happy, but the only reaosn I pass the classes is because I have the books in front of me and can look up the answers I can't remeber anything. So is there a job where I can learn the job on the job and make good money, or am I just completely screwed from ever having a good job and shoud just give up now and keep the stupid maintenance job I haver now, it pays 11.83 and tops out at 19.40, but I only get .23 cents raises each year, and that if I get top scores on my review.

Asked By: wag19wag - 6/11/2007
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ring bells at x-mas.......
Answered By: DennistheMenace - 6/11/2007
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if you like jobs that are boring and you can have the book in front of you try wills and probate paralegal agencies I hated that class but everyone has to die someday
Answered By: stephaniemorosi2 - 6/11/2007
 
First you are not stupid!!!! You are in school getting a degree so my suggestion is to look for jobs in accounting since that is what you are going to school for. Go to a temporary employment office and apply and they can help you find something in your area. But most of all you can do anything you want, find... More
Answered By: thinknlove - 6/11/2007
 
if you can earn an associates degree and be confident enough to know you can earn a bachelors, you are not stupid, you picked the wrong field. however, you should be able to get jobs at all different kinds of companies. every company has financial administration needs. it doesn't have to be in a stuffy office, it... More
Answered By: redhawgs - 6/11/2007
 
If you are studying accounting in school you should be able to do the accounts payable and receivable work many people do at all companies. In most larger companies you have to have a degree to have this job, but in smaller companies you just need to know how to do the work. The work is just to track and pay bills (... More
Answered By: FM - 6/11/2007
 
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