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Karli Wiedeman

There are so many tests online and even your school should offer a career exam. You just select answers that appeal to you and then they will add up your score and at the back of the exam are different sections of careers that could be applicable to you. The questions will look like "Do you like working with people?" "Do you like animals?" -Pretty basic stuff. But be sure to not read too deep into your scores. When I took mine it send I would be a great art teacher, or great in human services. This doesn't mean I have to go into these fields exactly- it just means hey I like art, I am creative and I love to work with people. It was a good starting point. And trust me- the more you go through College courses, you'll weed out the ones you don't like and stick with the ones that you do. I hope this helps!

Answered 3 years ago

Karli Wiedeman
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Lauren McCoy

You can volunteer, explore the web going through tons of different categories of jobs. Ex: Fine Arts= Photography, dancing, singing, acting. You can also go to any college/university website-majors-and see what majors they offer, read up on them and go from there!

Answered 1 year ago

Lauren McCoy
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Christina Duerr

While I was in high school I thought I was highly interested in becoming a veterinarian/studying to become a veterinarian in college. I took the necessary steps to do a job shadow while I was still in high school and found out very quickly that perhaps becoming a veterinarian was not the career path I should take. I would recommend doing as many job shadows as possible. The worst thing that someone is going to tell you is "no, you cannot shadow me or an employee at this office." There is no harm in asking and it will only help you determine what you may or may not want to do in the future as far as your career is concerned.

Answered 3 years ago

Christina Duerr
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Anonymous

You could go to a career counselor or take tests. Maybe there is a course that you are currently studying that interests you more than other courses. You could pursue a career in that course.

Answered 3 years ago

Anonymous