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I enjoy History, Geography and Business subjects which career choice is advice to choose from (Also, even though I hate Math, I enjoy the challenge it provides; even if I dislike a subject, the challenge and failure pushes/ motivates me to do better.)

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Rodrigo’s Answer

Hi jennel J.

There are many that can fit you, but you can combine both business and be specialiazed in History, Geography, you can choose international business management, and you can work in a internationally company that have a commercial area that involves the study of history or geography of a region to develop a business in it. And have to mention that math is always involve in all career.

thank sooo much, I research more about international business management and I really love what it is about. jennel J.

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LaTricia T.’s Answer

I love your question. You can follow many career paths. A few that come to mind is being a researcher, a writer, or an ethnographer where you tell stories about people's lives based on where they live. You could also become a professor or work in diversity and inclusion. You have many wonderful options to explore. I would recommend starting to read about these different paths now and just know that it is okay to change your mind at any point.
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Jessica’s Answer

One option would be to get a career in Data. Big companies uses history, geography and other data to find patterns for best decisions, you will most likely be working with all areas in a business, for example; when companies wants to send bikini coupons in early March to a State that experiences snow until early April, you would be the one telling them it is not wise. The math that you like will most likely be done in graphs and charts which should not be hard if you know the right tools to create it.
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