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Does anyone have any suggestions on what career choice i should chose?

i have no license to do anything. im good in QA/"QC" auditing, i can do data entry and some microsoft word, excel, and powerpoint. forget sales im good but its not for me. i like people and love to express my self. i love working with my hands and meeting new people. i have acted in my highschool career. i loved it. i also love working with cell phones, like a flasher. or QA tester. i dont mind plant work but i need benifits. I love music and something around the music industry would be nice. but i need other ideas. please no stupid answers. thanks

Asked By: heather b - 7/8/2007
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May I suggest a job in HR. You will use your computer and auditing skills, and you will be around people. I mean it really sound like you would be good at it. The best part is if you get a college degree in it and about 5 years experience you can actually make some good money with some of the companies out there.
Answered By: khistoryman2007 - 7/8/2007
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a beautician
Answered By: lindsey S - 7/8/2007
 
I would say architecture or engineering. Both would give you the opportunity to be creative (in the right environment) and both let you use your hands to create things. I don't know if you have a degree of some sort in anything but I would try to get in as an accountant (since you already have that experience) and... More
Answered By: Jackie O - 7/8/2007
 
find your passion
Answered By: worldstiti - 7/8/2007
 
free career tests www.livecareer.com www.projectcareer.com That should give you a very good idea.
Answered By: Say Cheese - 7/8/2007
 
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Answered By: NV - 7/8/2007
 
if you have something in mind but have no degrees try a local career institute to help you become qualified for something new and to help you find a job. they have really great jobs and a great variety its really casual and you aren't in school all day. the training is a few days a week, only and hour or two, and... More
Answered By: jessx95 - 7/9/2007
 
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