I can relate to being a quiet person at that age. I was happy to read that education is very important to you and therefore finding a job that will complement your goals.
My favorite question to ask is what do you enjoy doing for fun (#hobby
) and what is your favorite class in school (that's the class that you enjoy studying and learning more). The answer to that question will help you to navigate all of the career choices. Example: Love photography and history. This can lead to an art history degree (#fieldofstudy
) that can point you to work as a museum curator (quiet place), educator (high school or college) of course it does not stop with the 2 listed. Based on this seek out related areas to look for employment.
As a quiet person, I enjoyed working at summer camps. This provided me an opportunity to have fun and build confidence. Working retail can be overwhelming, if you want a challenge go for it. Local libraries are an option, it will provide a studious environment also consider tutoring.
On the other side if you want to become more vocal, challenge yourself.
I hope this helps and I look forward to hearing the results#career #jobs #career-choice #interviews #time-management #retail #customer-experience