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Juan169 views

How do I chose between trade school or college?

What factors should affect my choice?

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Alexis71 views

How do you find out what you wanna do in life, if your struggling?

I feel like I always change my mind on what I wanna do!

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Jaynie89 views

How may my Skills with responsibility, and speaking to others, help me with a career in nursing?

How may these Characteristics Help me with this career, in the future? Will i need to acknowledge more Characteristics to be a better nurse in the future? - As an 8th grade student looking for answerss.

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Shay632 views

What is the hardest thing about going into the genetics field?

After getting your degrees in genetics what is the hardest part of finding or going into a career in that field?

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Jessica1368 views

How do you find a lifelong career that you will love and be passionate about?

I'm still young, in my early twenties asking for advice or helpful insight on finding the right path for me. I'm currently enrolled in a Jobcorps Center and am pursuing Pharmacy technician and or other trade work training. I have several small interests that I enjoy but none that I feel confident building into a lifelong career. I graduated from high school during the COVID-19 outbreak in 2020, and I feel it's stunted my growth into a career. I'm interested in STEM, Language studies, Anatomy Physiology, forensics, Physical fitness, Chemistry, Woodworking, and Medicine. I'm artistic and investigative and wish to do a career that I find challenging and rewarding. I've traveled to Europe, Studied French in southern France, and interned as a sales associate in Ireland with a Designer Exchange Company; all of which were wonderful experiences but I'm unsure how to turn them into a career for my future. So how do I narrow down my interests into a career I will find fulfilling in my later life?

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Kingston294 views

Hello, I have questions about being a Network Engineer. what requirements/skills would you need for this position Is it a stressful job? Is it good to get into this kind of position? Thanks for looking here. I am in 10th grade and looking for future jobs.?

Hello, I have questions about being a Network Engineer. what requirements/skills would you need for this position? Is it a stressful job? Is it good to get into this kind of position? Thanks for looking here. I am in 10th grade and looking for future jobs.

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Christine227 views

What does career means?

What means career in school? What does we do for careers?

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Alessandra309 views

How do you start looking into careers?

I'm in 8th grade starting to look at careers but in my mind the only jobs are doctor, lawyer, and scientist. I have no idea how to begin to look for jobs and if they will fit me or not. Im very extroverted and like being up/ moving.

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Tabitha214 views

What does you week look like as a chef or a baker?

I was wondering what it would be like in a week of cooking and baking because that is exactly what I want to do and I want to prepare myself for when is my turn to do that.

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Maren374 views

When should I start really thinking about college and my future? I feel very underwhelmed with the fact that I dont know what I am going to do in the future. I don't know what to do.

When should I start really thinking about college and my future? I feel very underwhelmed with the fact that I dont know what I am going to do in the future. I don't know what to do.

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snehal386 views

how do i choose my career?

career planning, designer

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Jack248 views

What can I do now that can help my future?

What is something I can do now that will help me in the future? Anything from massages to learning advanced skills from an early age, whatever applies to my future.

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Thea339 views

Whats the best way to find colleges when interested in a stem major?

Ever since I was little I've wanted to be an engineer, aerospace engineer to be precise. There's many college options, but how do I find the best one for my budget and interests? What about my colleges impact on careers and interviews in the future?

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Corrina276 views

What factor should determine whether or not you want to pursue a career path; passion for that area or finances you’d make with that career?

I’m requesting this question because I’m stuck between deciding on two different career paths: a pediatrician or an art therapist. The main thing between the two careers holding me back from choosing the other is the financial differences in them.

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Sophie157 views

I really want to become an orthodontist when I grow up. How can I prepare now for the future? What tips do you have?

As a 7th Grade student, I'm pretty lost on the topic of preparing for my future.

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Brandon344 views

What are key skills to have when going into the cybersecurity industry?

Hello, I'm Brandon, and I'm a rising freshman from Atlanta, Georgia. I've researched a bit about cybersecurity and with the computer programming skills that I have now, I see cybersecurity as a promising career path for me; one thing I'm not sure of, though, is what soft skills are the most crucial to when working in that kind of field.

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Wesal275 views

I've come to the conclusion that I am a jack-of-all-trades. I don't like sticking to one thing, I like to try new things. How can I satisfy my need for exploration and new situations while making a stable income?

Things i'm interested in: .psychology .theatre .child education .book writing/author I need help because I'm down to try everything, which I don't see a problem with, I just don't know what I should do to have a good income.

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Caitlin717 views

How do you find your passion and turn it into a career?

I participate in a wide variety of hobbies and activities like track, volleyball, art, band, you name it, I've probably done something similar. I've considered careers in every single one of these areas, but none of them seem to truly stick. I have a suspicion that my true passion could simply be helping people. I've always enjoyed helping people who need it on all levels. But I don't know how I would make it into a stable career.

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Linnea555 views

Could a bubbly person thrive in financial/business planning and guidance?

I'm interested in math and helping people, so financial or business planning/guidance seems pretty cool, but I'm nervous about getting bored at work. I'm a bubbly people-person and love problem-solving. However, the idea of going into a career with so much paperwork and office work seems awful, but again, I love math and helping people. (I'm still in highschool, so this isn't a binding idea, just something I'm curious about!) Any thoughts on whether this wouldn't be a great career for lively people? I also am still struggling with confidence and am not awesome at being decisive and standing up for myself in front of other people. I can do that behind the scenes, though. If that makes sense!

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Priscila748 views

What career can I do with a Bachelor's in environmental science?

Hello! I'm an Incoming college student and my question is: What career can I do with a Bachelor's in environmental science? I'm unsure what job I can do with the degree that I'm planning to take.

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Madison170 views

Psychological Effects of a Cardiac Rehab Patient #Spring23

How do the psychological aspects of a patient's experience with a cardiac event impact the level of efficiency that one is able to take care and rehabilitate them?

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Kaia241 views

What are some ways to figure out what to be in the future?

I have taken many different quizzes through both school and just on my own but none of them have helped. I've also come up with different career paths for myself but each one is very different from the other with one of the only commonalities with each one being that I want to do it slightly less each time I research it. Any tips or stories on how you chose your job would be helpful.

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Sophia964 views

How did you know what career you wanted to pursue and did you take a few years in college before deciding Also, how did you decide which college was right for you? ?

I’m still in high school and I feel like there are lots of different things I would be interested in and I just don’t know how to narrow it down.

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Giselle556 views

What is the hardest part about choosing a career? Do you have any regrets?

I am in the 8th grade and have been exposed to topics like college. I like math and science and I'm worried about making the wrong decision for a career path.

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ahni157 views

What do I have to do to become a psychologist in the future?

I’m currently in my junior year of high school and I’m taking the AP psychology course and have an A in it. What’s next?

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Victoria297 views

How has your career changed over time and how to avoid work only to keep a job?

Looking for some tips before going to college!

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Peyton363 views

How hard is it to find your passion in a career?

I am looking at colleges with a wide variety of majors in case I would like to change it once I am already there. I would love to try to find my passion in something earlier so I don't waste any time or money doing something I don't love.

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Emmie531 views

What careers can you achieve with a philosophy degree?

What jobs are out there that a philosophy degree is beneficial

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Fiona386 views

What are the career paths for people interested in Children's Rights?

I am NOT interested in being a social worker. I'm actually interested in completely revamping the child welfare system. I don't agree with the current standards of social work. I am more interested in national work such as with UNICEF USA or working with the United Nations or being a national children's rights lobbyist. I'm just not sure where to start. I also have an interest in law but I'm not entirely sure I see myself as a lawyer. I would definitely work as an amicus lawyer but I'm not sure the family law field is ready for me to be able to focus on children's rights specifically.

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Aniyah248 views

How do you take in very triggering information from a patient and remain calm through it all?

I would like so be a sociologist and open a foster home.

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