Ten careers for high school seniors who hate school

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For students who paid more attention to extracurricular activities than schoolwork, there are plenty of careers where you can capitalize on your social skills. The healthcare field is one such career. Nurses, physicians assistants and medical assistants all work directly with people Ė both patients and their families. If healthcare doesnít appeal to you and you have an appetite for technology, being a help desk technician allows you deal directly with people and computer technology. You might also take business classes and work your way up to become an office manager in any number of industries.

If youíre someone who loves to learn and prefers talking to people on a limited basis there are plenty of jobs you can train for as well. Computer based jobs like software development, web design or database administration immediately come to mind. If youíre creative and visually talented,repparttar fields of graphic design and multimedia design might suit you. A great job for someone who likes to perform research is that of a paralegal. That job offers many ofrepparttar 109347 tasks a lawyer performs, without having to go to court. And it pays well. You can even find jobs inrepparttar 109348 healthcare field where there is limited or no contact with patients like medical coding or office administration.

The bottom line is, even if you didnít like high school, thatís not a reason to bypass education and your shot at a good future. Career colleges get right down to business and offer specific training for well paying careers in a short period of time.

Careers for graduating seniors who hate school:

HVAC Tech Home Appliance Repair Electrician Help Desk Analyst Nurse Medical Assistant Office Management Paralegal Database Administration Medical coding

www.top-colleges.com



Max Stein, Salt Lake City, UT, USA http://www.degreesource.com/articles Max Stein is a freelance writer who writes about business, education and marketing. maxstein_9@hotmail.com www.degreesource.com


When should you update your job skills?

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Finally, if you feel safe in your current job, create a strategy of cross-training. Make yourself so valuable to your employer, that even ifrepparttar job you hold now is eliminated, you could easily move to another one withinrepparttar 109346 company. Advancing your computer skills is one ofrepparttar 109347 best ways to do this. Improving your sales skills is another. By creating added value to your employer, you put yourself far downrepparttar 109348 list to be trimmed.

The answer to when you should update your job skills is - always. Whether you need to updaterepparttar 109349 computer programs you know or train for a completely new industry, your ability to adapt to change will help keep you employed, both now and inrepparttar 109350 future.

Career Education Opportunities - www.top-colleges.com

Max Stein, Salt Lake City, UT, USA http://www.degreesource.com/articles Max Stein is a freelance writer who writes about business, education and marketing. maxstein_9@hotmail.com www.degreesource.com


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