1. Satangel

    OP Satangel BEAST
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    I'm 15 atm, and I still don't know what I want to become.
    I need to know it fast, because if I have a goal, I can study better.

    I like courses like Gym, Dutch, French, PC courses and History
    I don't like or can't do Maths , Economy, German, Latin, physics

    I would like to keep on gaming later, and maybe time to do a sport too.
     
  2. WildWon

    WildWon EXTERMINATE!
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    I'm 27 and i still don't know what i should become. Don't ask others. Just start trying out random jobs as you get older. I have my one major goal set up for where i'd like to end up, but there are many paths to get there. I've had a variety of jobs (retail, food-service, lawn care, graphic design, etc etc) and everything i've done has helped with other jobs. Just keep your eyes on one main goal, and move in that direction, but try different routes to getting there. You'll be surprised and what life will bring you [​IMG]
     
  3. Narin

    Narin The Cheat Master, kupo!
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    Sorry, that isn't something we can decide for you, only you can make such a decision. Everyone is different and have their own preferences. You need to learn to set goas for yourself. At any rate though, you're only 15, you still have plenty of time to decide what your goin to do as a life long profession.
     
  4. Satangel

    OP Satangel BEAST
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    I just want some suggestions, so I atleast have an idea.
     
  5. xcalibur

    xcalibur Gbatemp's Chocolate Bear
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    Ambition is overrated.
    I still don't knoiw what I want to become and my mum bugs me for it but it doesn't really matter.
    Just stick to waht you're good at in school and just get a job with those subjects.
    No matter what you try, you'll probably never enjoy your job, so why not do something you're good at?
     
  6. Dingler

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    Based on your likes, I'd say you should become a Dutch teacher
     
  7. Westside

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    It's very complex if you like computers and dislike math. If that is the case then I would suggest somewhere in the buisness area such as accounting, it involves non-theoriotical math, which you may dislike less.
     
  8. Satangel

    OP Satangel BEAST
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    Ow yeah, something I forgot, I can really hard explain things.
    So being a teacher would be very hard for me...
     
  9. rest0re

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    A Stripper ... Chippendale. Just start working your abs and you will get good results...
     
  10. Dingler

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    ^ Moneys actually quite good
     
  11. Satangel

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    NO [​IMG] and I can't do accounting for shit.
     
  12. JBl147

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    Teacher... I never will myself, but in your case, I should do it.
    "Overwin uw angsten" [​IMG]
     
  13. Apex

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    Even if you decide on what you want to become right now, it'll change five thousand times before you actually become something. People are fickle that way.
     
  14. xJonny

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    Well at your school are you able to find out or learn about different career choices?
     
  15. Psyfira

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    Wrong person to ask; I'm 24 and I decided last week. [​IMG]
     
  16. Satangel

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    I have to choose between 3 directions in school next year, and one is very PC oriented, another PC and accounting and another is accounting.
    I have to pick one of them.
    But will that have a large influence on my job choice? Or isnt it that important?
     
  17. NiGHtS

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    You're not great at english either. [​IMG]
     
  18. laminaatplaat

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    The demand of beta educated people in western europe is very high at the moment so that would sound like a good choice, the account thing is probably much more specific and you will already learn alot of stuff that youll gonna use when on the job in the future. It is all depends on the level your doing these classes...
     
  19. Satangel

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    I'm quite bad in accounting, and quite good in PC thingy's

    LOL, only 15 year old mate, but best in my class for English [​IMG]
     
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