ISPF questions ?

I know what careers for an ISPF are good for them but which one makes the most money?? 1) Aerobics instructor 2) Child welfare counselor 3) Costume, wardrobe specialist 4) Entertainment agent 5) Fire investigator 6) Helicopter pilot 7) Landscape architect 8) Musician 9) Occupational therapist 10) Podiatrist 11) Respiratory therapist 12) Sketch artist 13) Teacher, elementary school 14) Travel Agent Careers: Sales/Service: Elementary Teacher, Teacher’s Aide, Crisis Hotline Operator, Travel Sales, Bookkeeper, Veterinarian Assistant, Customer Service, Cleaning Service, Merchandise Planner, Home Health Sales, Social Worker, Waiter/Waitress Trades/Technology/Science: Surveyor, Botanist, Marine Biologist, Geologist, Forester, Mechanic, Landscape Design, Interior Design, Fashion Designer, Jeweler, Painter, Chef, Carpenter, Business: Legal Secretary, Administrative Assistant, Clerical Supervisor, Computer Operator, Word Processor, Paralegal Health Care: Physical Therapist, Massage Therapist, Radiologic Technologist, Dental Hygienist, LPN, Occupational Therapist, Art Therapist, Lifeguard, Home Health Aide, Medical Assistant, Optician, Pharmacy Technician, Respiratory Therapist, RN, Recreational Attendant which one??

Asked By: butterflygirl10 - 1/3/2009
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I think, instead of focusing on the money, you should focus on what you feel more drawn to. Which ones are you more interested in? Which ones fit your particular strengths? You'll need a job that fits you, because when you go through tough times on the job, the money won't be enough... More
Answered By: Seija - 1/8/2009
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Aerobics pays poorly. Too many people who want to teach it. Child counselor. $28,000 to start. Costume pays $90,000 but only if you get famous. Everyone else starves Agent. A few make millions. The rest starve. Fire investigator $45,000 to start. Helicopter pilot pays best from your list..
Answered By: Ed Atun - 1/7/2009
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