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Jessica1343 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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Hope736 views

What are jobs that require a lot of movement?

I do not want to have a job that makes me sit behind a computer at a desk all day.

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Is a Fitness Coordinator basically a Physical Therapy equivalent without a Doctorate Degree?

I have been sold on Physical Therapy for a while now, but recently I have begun struggling with the idea of going to Medical School and all of the debt and excessive studying that entails. I took a career quiz and it recommended Fitness Coordinator rather than Physical Therapy. I love studying the human anatomy, working out, and helping others learn about their body, how it functions, and how to strengthen and enhance their performance. Would a Fitness Coordinator be the same thing as Physical Therapy, just without going to Medical School and getting a Doctorate? Also, what is the job satisfaction like for a Fitness Coordinator? What about the hours? work load? salary? work environment?

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Ravi 923 views

What are the standard vital statistics required to become an Athelete.

I am an aspiring Cricketer and want to know the kind of physique required to be one. #athletic-training #athletics #physical-fitness #exercise-physiology #cricket #game-physics

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Ravi 927 views

Is a good height mandatory to become an athelete?

I am an aspiring Cricketer and want to know about the physical fitness of Atheletes #sports #athletic-training #athletics #fitness #physical-fitness #exercise-physiology

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Is having athletic training experience helpful if I was interested in going into Physical Theraphy?

I will be starting college in the fall and pursuing an athletic training degree. When I graduate I will be a certified athletic trainer. I also have the option to go into Physical Therapy post-grad. I am wondering if it would be good to get some experience with my athletic training degree before going into PT school. Would there be a benefit to have some AT experience before going into PT school? #healthcare #physical-therapist #athletic-training #physical-trainer #physical-fitness

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Ethan897 views

Physical therapy to help children with autism. Is this an open field?

Do you need more than one degree to help people on the autism spectrum using Physical Therapy? In example early ABA? My brother is severly autistic and I would like to help others like him. #physical #physical-fitness #health-and-fitness #aba

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D'Andrea989 views

What sports require physical trainers?

I'm interested in physical therapy. #physical-trainer #physical-fitness #athletics #career #career-counseling #college

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D'Andrea1236 views

What college classes should you take to become a personal trainer?

My back up plan is become a personal trainer so I wanted to know what courses I should take for that career. #physical #physical-trainer #physical-fitness #career #college #career-counseling

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Geovanni1573 views

How does the college experience help you figure out your career choice?

I am very indecisive on what I want to pursue in college as a major and just went #undecided, and I don't have a specific career interest. So I am very confused on what I want to do in and out of college. #engineering #teacher-training #physical-fitness

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Karla1708 views

Can I start my own fitness business?

I love running, being physically active, health , and nutrition . I also work really well with others and I want to start a business. I'm from Los Angeles and I want to have my own gym with a health center where families can learn about nutrition and stay fit. Does this goal sound realistic for someone like me? What will it take for me to actually make this happen? What are some internships that can help me get a head start or a better understanding of the fitness and business industry ? #business #health #entrepreneurship #entrepreneur #nutrition #physical-fitness

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