I’ve discovered that ignorance and injustice are the two biggest things that can really rile me up. I think it’s what I’m passionate about, ridding the world of these two things. Now what do I do with that? Where do I go from here?
I took a career test on ivillage :]
and this is what I got.
You would be very happy in a career that utilised your level-headedness, and allowed you to work mainly on your own. You want a career that allows you to be creative, without having to be involved with lots of people. Some careers that would be perfect for you are:
You like working and being alone. You like to avoid attention at all costs. You tend to keep to yourself, and not interact much with the people around you. You enjoy spending time with a few a close friends. You like to listen to others, but don’t like sharing much about yourself. You are very quiet and private.
- University Professor
- Graphic Designer
- Online Content Developer
- Managing Director
You are very practical, and only act after thinking things through. You don’t like being forced to answer quickly. You have to evaluate the situation completely. You make decisions based on what you can verify with your senses.
You like to be deeply involved in one or two special projects. You like to be behind the scenes. You are very logical and fair. You feel you should be honest with others and protect their feelings.
You trust your gut instincts. You are easily inspired and trust that inspiration. You are very innovative. You analyse things by looking at the big picture. You are concerned about how what you do affects others. You worry about your actions and the future. You tend to use a lot of metaphors and are very descriptive and colourful in your choice of language.
You are very creative, and get bored easily if you don’t get to express yourself. You like to learn new things. You don’t like the same old routine. You like to leave your options open.
Read more: What career will suit your personality? http://quiz.ivillage.co.uk/cgi-bin/uk_work/tests/career.pl#ixzz14SQmZVIi
I’m hoping this makes my major choices a bit easier…hopefully.
Boston Med ended yesterday with a bang! lol The episode was about the second face transplant in the world being performed; it was amazing. I just started to think about it again right now because my brother asked me to sow/repair some teddy bears; I was their surgeon :] and honestly, I don’t see myself being a doctor or a surgeon in the future; they’re definitely survival-of-the-fittest type of careers. I find that type of career fascinating, but it’s not a career for me, despite the “reward.” However, I have major respect for the devoted doctors, surgeons, and nurses who spend long hours and sleepless nights, trying to help or heal people.
Ironically, I go to a medical magnet, but I wouldn’t say I made a mistake going there; it was more of a trial-and-error experience. For example, I took an AP science class, this last school year, and learned that although science is interesting, I’m not passionate about it, so I didn’t give it my all, or I was scared of trying so hard and failing, that I decided not to try. Anyways, that’s an entirely different issue. Nevertheless, I love humanities and language arts, science…not so much.