stuck on deciding my future job?
im working in a hotel atm as a waitress and enjoy it, but i dont want to be there forever. i really have no idea what career i want in the future. All my friends know what they want and are either doing it or are going to uni/college etc to achieve it. i never went to college because there were no courses i wanted to take. will i just have to work in shops or do you think there is a better career for me?
Asked By: angeleyesjoanna - 6/25/2008
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There are many wonderful careers that don't require a college education. It also isn't too late to attend college. In fact, as a waitress, if you can get on the night or weekend shifts, you could even take normal day classes and not have to look for a night school. There's also vocational training that could qualify... More
Answered By: aestatisa - 6/25/2008
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Answered By: ldvo30 - 6/25/2008
somepeople go their entire lives not knowing what they wanna do, the easiest way to figure it out is sitting down and imagining what it is that you most enjoy..then transform that into a career
Answered By: Mike C - 6/25/2008
Firstly you can go back into education at any time (part or full time, even evenings), if you want an idea of what would suit you do a search on Yahoo for job websites then run through all jobs and one should jump out at you , that is the one. MAKE OUT A CV, there are lots of sites out there that do it free, you dont... More
Answered By: david s - 6/25/2008
I think you should go to a college and have an assessment test, what you are naturally good at, the look for the careers with similar skill, it may not seem appealing that what you are naturally good at but with time is what you will enjoy more because it is a given talent and you will be able to be better at it as you... More
Answered By: maloumg - 6/25/2008
get a job that you'll enjoy. what are your hobbies? what are you interested in? is there anything you enjoy doing work wise? make a list and then repost this question more specifically, i bet people will have tons of answers!
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Answered By: in the world - 6/25/2008
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Answered By: marcanthonyedwards - 6/25/2008
Sales needs no schooling. Just start selling. Retail stores, car sales, department stores. Great benefits can be had and lots of opportunities at management. You just need to try lots of jobs to see where you want to stick.
Answered By: jack5590 - 6/25/2008
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