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witch career path should i go into?

I have studied for both collision repair and digital design but I also want to do welding in the future. Witch career path should I go into to enjoy and make the most money?

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John’s Answer

Hi there Blake,
The career path that would bring you the most enjoyment and the most money depends on several factors, including your interests, skills, and the job market demand for each field.

Welding is a trade that is in high demand, especially in industries such as construction, manufacturing, and energy. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median annual wage for welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers was $41,380 in May 2020.

Collision repair and digital design are also in-demand fields, but the salaries can vary greatly depending on the specific role and industry. Digital design careers, such as graphic design or web development, can have higher salaries compared to collision repair. However, the salaries in digital design can also be influenced by the location, experience, and portfolio of the designer.

Ultimately, the career path that is best for you will depend on your interests and skill set. If you enjoy working with your hands and have a passion for welding, you may find more satisfaction in a career as a welder. On the other hand, if you have a talent for digital design and enjoy creating visual solutions, you may prefer a career in that field.
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Vikram’s Answer

Hi, Blake: As a student, you're at the very beginning of your career path. Therefore, try out different things and discover which activity/vocation best fulfills the following two things:

1 – where your interests lie
2 – where your talents lie

Easier said than done, but finding the thing that best achieves both will lead you to a very rewarding career. The money will take care of itself. Good luck.
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David’s Answer

Hi Blake,

Finding a career path is not always easy. You need to take into consideration many factors such as potential income earnings, how passionate you are about it, and what it requires to accomplish your career. Both careers you mentioned (collision repair and digital design ) can earn you good money especially if you become an eventual owner of your owner collision repair shop. Digital design is in high demand these days and can yield you a nice living as well. Welding would probably earn you the least amount of income but if it is your passion then happiness trumps money in my opinion.
Choose a path that will leave you satisfied at the end of the day and happy. You will never go wrong with that.

All the Best!
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Courtney’s Answer

(Repeat)
You won't wake up and see large arrows directing you to a certain path. The journey may be more like the bumper rails at the bowling alley that keep the ball somewhat headed toward the pins.
Not everyone gets it "right" the first time and not everyone gets it "right".
My answer will sound "non-standard", like: stay away from things that are not interesting to you or do not make you want to get up in the mornings.
Last "non-standard answer": college etc. is not for everyone.
Start simply by looking at what people do for living that may interest you and make sure your journey to a career does't consume you.
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