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What type of job is good for me?

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I like blood math fixing things making other people better and solving problems but I hate throw up and bugs #math #career

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Nicholas’s Answer

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Hi Anna! The biggest advice I can give is that it's truly up to you. My father once gave me advice that will stay with me forever, "if you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life. This piece of advice has stuck with me for a all my life. This made me focus on the company culture and how best I fit in with the company. So when you're looking for a job, please take a step back and focus on where you fit best and what your passion is! Good luck in the career search! I'm rooting for you
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Sabrena’s Answer

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Medical research would an area to look into as well as IT, Data Analytics and Data Science. All of those things deal with problem solving, math and possibly blood depending upon what areas in each that you focus on. I'm not sure what parts you enjoy about blood but I'm thinking genetic research, analyzing blood types and what impact that has on health could benefit from knowledge in any of the fields listed. You can also looking into being a phlebotomist. They draw blood and are not usually exposed to the stuff you don't like. Another area would be clinical chemistry or clinical pathology which generally deals with analysis bodily fluids for diagnosing health issues.
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Tammy’s Answer

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Hi Anna,
I really enjoyed reading your question. I've never seen blood and math positioned next to each other in a sentence in this way. I think a good career area for you to consider is medical research. It has the areas you like (blood, math, making people better and solving problems) and avoids the areas you don't like (real throw-up and bugs). You'd be working with data and the results of experiments that other scientists have performed. Research Scientist, Data Scientist and Statistician are all career choices you could consider.
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Sabrena’s Answer

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Medical research would an area to look into as well as IT, Data Analytics and Data Science. All of those things deal with problem solving, math and possibly blood depending upon what areas in each that you focus on. I'm not sure what parts you enjoy about blood but I'm thinking genetic research, analyzing blood types and what impact that has on health could benefit from knowledge in any of the fields listed. You can also looking into being a phlebotomist. They draw blood and are not usually exposed to the stuff you don't like. Another area would be clinical chemistry or clinical pathology which generally deals with analysis bodily fluids for diagnosing health issues.
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Alex’s Answer

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The combination of math and fixing things could be a good combo for engineering. Engineering is very lucrative and will pose a big challenge. This will help with long term problems from people as you could be making a new innovation to make the world a better place.
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