Selecting a Career

I have begun thinking about possible career paths lately. With changing my academic focus, I have set myself in a position where I have a pretty decent idea of what I might like to do with my life. Most likely, I will either teach, or spend some time as either a professional or organizational (such as school/university) psychologist, and then become a teacher, if this present track ends up being my career track of choice for my life.

I thought it might be fun to get a more objective opinion on things though, so I used CFNC’s Career Key utility to see what it would respond with. After less than half an hour, the following list was generated:

Literary Arts
Writers and Authors

Visual Arts
Art Directors
Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrators
Graphic Designers

Records Processing
Writers and Authors
Library Assistants, Clerical
Postal Service Clerks

Regulations Enforcement
Network and Computer Systems Administrators

Life Sciences

Mathematics and Statistics
Network and Computer Systems Administrators
Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts
Computer Hardware Engineers
Computer and Information Systems Managers
Computer Programmers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software
Computer Support Specialists
Computer Systems Analysts
Database Administrators

Social Research
Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists

Computer Hardware Engineers
Computer Software Engineers, Applications
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software

Chefs and Head Cooks

Educational and Library Services
Postsecondary Teachers, All Other
Archivists, Curators, and Museum Technicians
Library Technicians
Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors

One thought on “Selecting a Career

  1. I’ve always said you would make a good teacher… and we all know you could do all kinds of good assisting students and guiding them

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