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I am writing a paper for school and i need some suggestions, i am interested in medicine, i like figuring things out and solving problems. I also think i would enjoy a job where i get to travel to foreign countries, i am good at dealing with people (when i have to) and i am alright at public speaking. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

Asked By: TheAngryLawnGnome - 11/20/2009
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Good for you to have a grasp on what you like and what you are good at. This is the most important part of determining your career path. Lots of people don't start with this piece, then look at what can make them the most money and wind up an a career they don't like... More
Answered By: Scott A Fair - 11/20/2009
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POLITICS... politicians do everything you just described! and you can write about politics for hours!!!! win win situation
Answered By: Niko G - 11/20/2009
 
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Answered By: Aaliyah - 11/20/2009
 
Since your interests and areas of perceived strength are quite diverse, you need to prioritize these first. For example, are you merely "interested" in medicine, or are you passionate about it? What kind of problems do you like to solve: logic, math, disputes between people, etc.? Once you are more specific and have... More
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