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What Career is there hands on

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Clarissa’s Answer

I got my bachelors degree in geology and was a geologist for a long time. Now I am a geological engineer and my career has been very hands on. I got out and look at the rocks at mines and figure out where the ore is and what we have to do to get it without collapsing the rest of the mine. I get to talk to almost everyone.

In school at the university it was really hands in too, each class had a lab where we got to see the rocks we learned about and tough them and figure out where they came from.
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Zahid’s Answer

If you're interested in a career that keeps you engaged, moving and working with your hands, there are many types of jobs across different industries that you can explore. From a career in the medical field to a career in an industrial or commercial setting, there are many options to consider if you like to work on your feet, with your hands and out of a traditional office setting. Additionally, you can start many of these jobs with minimal education and training.

As there are many options available to you, it's important for you to figure out what interests you and what you would enjoy doing. When you have a better idea of who you are, what you love doing, what you won't like, what inspires you and what turns you off then you'll have a better idea of knowing which field to look into.

With that said, here are 24 hands-on Jobs/fields you can look into to get an idea of what's out there, what they do, how much they pay and what level of education you need to get in.

https://www.trade-schools.net/articles/hands-on-jobs
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Kirk’s Answer

If you like working with your hands, you might enjoy a trade such as plumber or electrician. Both of these careers requires you go through an apprenticeship program and once you've completed your apprenticeship you graduate to journeyman and can make good money. Both also offer the possibility to become certified as a master which again increases how much money you can make and at this point you could also start your own business.

If that sounds interesting, as a next step I would recommend you find some trades people in the area you live and ask them how things work in your area. How you get started will be different based on the state and/or part of the country as well as your ultimate career goals.
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Satish Reddy’s Answer

This is very tricky question. There are lot of opputunities in the but you need to figure out what are you good at before you ask this question.

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Thank you comment icon HI Satish, can you go into more detail by giving some examples of "hands on" careers? That might get the student thinking about potential options and get them to critically think about what they're good at Gurpreet Lally, Admin
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