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Question by *~Dixie Darlin’~*: Help with my future. Can an adult who isn’t a jerk help?
I’m planning my future, and i’m trying to figure out what i should go to college for. Apparently i was supposed to have figured this out by the time i was a freshmen, but i slacked. Can you please tell me some jobs i would be good at?
I went to a private high school.
I love kids.
I loved to talk.
I don’t want to do anything medical. I don’t like blood or the thought of cutting someone open.
I like to read and write.
I’m good with technology, and i’m patcient.
Any help or suggestions would be greatly apprecited.
And if your from the south can you recommend any good colleges in Northern Mississippi or the Memphis area

Best answer:

Answer by Rowan Y
im not an adult but since u love kids, talking, and ur patient i’d say try to do something in the teaching field. since u like technology maybe a comp teacher? or an early education pro like pre-k and KG. or special ed teacher. something in the teaching field sounds like it would fit ur personality.

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4 thoughts on “Help with my future. Can an adult who isn’t a jerk help?

  1. HayatAnneOsman says:

    Sounds to me as though you’d be a great elementary school teacher. You can work with kids, talk your head off, teach reading and writing, and use new computer technology for teaching, which will be fun for both you and the students. Plus, teaching requires a great deal of patience.

  2. neniaf says:

    First of all, I don’t know who told you that you were supposed to have figured this out already, but rest assured that it is extremely common for someone not to know what they want to study by the time they start college. In fact, the most common major for college freshmen is “undeclared”.

    From what you tell us, there are several possible directions. It sounds like you might be a really good teacher, perhaps in a technology area. Alternately, you might work in the technology field, maybe developing programs for children. Keep in mind, though, that there are probably a lot of other possibilities to which you haven’t been exposed yet, so you may not yet have found some of your talents.

    One thing which might be a challenge for you is the decision to go to a larger or smaller college. There are advantages and disadvantages to each. As someone who may not have settled on a major yet, a large school will offer a lot of choices, so that if you should change your mind a few times (yes, people do that), you can do it without having to transfer to another school altogether in many cases. On the other hand, you would get more guidance and personal attention at a smaller school, which would make it easier for you to make a decision.

    I wish I could help you on schools, but the South is the one area in which I’ve never lived, so someone else will have to provide that.

  3. crimedoc says:

    One career choice that immediately sprang to my mind when I read your post was that of teacher. You like kids and you are patient – two very essential qualities. With your interest in technology, perhaps teaching computer courses to kids might be something you’d be interested in.

    Good luck!

  4. nyx says:

    I wouldn’t go with teaching unless you love to teach. A lot of teaching positions with children pay poorly and that might not be important to you right now but it will be important when you get into your 30s and 40s and have to think about the future. What if you want to have a family? A teacher’s pay won’t cut it.

    Just because you love kids and you love to teach doesn’t mean that you should go into teaching. Lots of fields need someone patient, understanding and compassionate. Have you thought about other fields like graphic and web design? They work with computers, there are lots of opportunities in that field. They get to be creative and salaries are pretty good.

    Look through the occupational outlook handbook, it gives a good description of careers, education and training and salaries for almost every field.

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