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What careers would be good for the future?

HI there, I'm 22 years old, and currently in a dead end job, i left college because the last thing i wanted was to spend the rest of my life fixing computers. So I’m wondering if anyone out there knows what good, stable careers are, I’m a little scatter brained about this, every day I think of something new to be, recruitment consultant, mortgage advisor, financial advisor, management… I have no idea what I really want to do! All I know is, I want to have a safe and secure future, and I’m willing to study for it. I was going to be a freelance photographer but my eyes are starting to go, so this has put me into a bit of a frenzy to find a new career, if anyone has any good idea’s I’d love to hear them! I’ve also heard about lists that predict good careers for the future, if anyone has any of those that’d be great. Cheers!

Asked By: adam m - 6/24/2007
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If you're good with your hands and have good logic plumbing, but if I were you I'd do a few short courses to find out what really interests you... More
Answered By: Fazztee - 6/25/2007
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Get into construction. There's not much money in it to begin with but plenty at the end. And besides, we're not going to stop building things in our lifetime...
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Answered By: Emerelle - 6/24/2007
 
Carbon Foot Print Advisor, seems the latest buzz word !
Answered By: Frank - 6/24/2007
 
yeh get a trade, plumbers have been on the go for a very very long time. Money is very good once up and running
Answered By: carajohn - 6/24/2007
 
Fixing computers is probably a bit limited, but you could look to move more into computer and information security. This is a growing area and we do have a skills shortage in the industry here in the UK.
Answered By: Sci-fi_Author - 6/24/2007
 
Start your own business which will provide passive income long-term.
Answered By: smiling_freds_biz_info - 6/24/2007
 
For the next 30-40 years anything for the elderly from estate lawyer to funeral director to doctor or nurse... More
Answered By: shiprepairwoman - 6/24/2007
 
Almost all areas of employment have cycles... More
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Answered By: Wiliam C - 6/24/2007
 
seems to me you will never be happy working for anyone or any company. why dont you hold on to your current job and start working on starting a business of your own?
Answered By: oracle - 6/24/2007
 
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