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What type of computer type job should i try for?

Hello Im 16 years old and im trying to figure out what type of job i should go to collage for when im out of high school. i have been looking around and about the only ones i can find are a computer software engineer or a computer hardware engineer. lemme tell you a little about me and what i like to do and maybe some one can help me or give me some tips. I do a lot on the computer i do some modding for a couple games and such and ive built my own pc im good at helping other people get use to computers (i helped my 80 year old grandmother get use to her laptop and showed her how to work it) im Very knowledgeable of different types of basic software like java and stuff on the lines of that. i also am not the greatest at math when it comes to advanced geometry i get lost sometimes and im great with science and i already have taken 2 classes of computer programming . (most of my computer knowledge was self taught and used some tutorials from youtube or googled some problems. I have also worked with my family sence i was about 10 selling stuff at farmers markets so over the years ive gotten use to being friendly with people and trying to be as helpful as i can be when it comes to people asking me questions. so with that said i also dont want to be in collage for more than like 7 years. and about the Computer software engineer and the hardware engineer i think those would be a little out of my league because ive read up on them and they seem REALLY hard do do job wise im not looking for something that pays 100k a year nothing crazy like working for NASA eather but not something where im stuck in a cramped office room with 50 other people all day and night. If there is any one who has some job suggestions or SOMETHING i just need help

Asked By: - 6/8/2013
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There are two basic types of computer degrees and their associated jobs. If you go with Computer Science (CS) or Computer Engineering degree you will be doing advanced math and Programming. Your issues with math may make Computer Science a very difficult degree for you. Employers like to see 3.0-3.5 minimum grade... More
Answered By: Richard L - 6/12/2013
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but what does making a collage have to do with this?
Answered By: Mr. Scythe - 6/8/2013
 
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