MATCHING YOUR CAREER WITH THE CLASS YOU LOVE

Below is a great list of subjects in school that you are now in. Most likely a Core 40 type curriculum where you have to fulfill certain classes in order to graduate.

You know those right?

Those classes that you either dread, or love. You can take it or leave it. You may have no interest in ever doing anything Math the rest of your life.

What’s the point?

If you’re going into Cosmetology or fashion or teaching History, why would I need Math?

I get ya. I understand that these subjects may not matter to many of you, but those of you that find yourself really enjoying some of these subjects, or for some reason your just really good at History stuff, to Math problems.

One of the things I really push with all of you is to find your talents. Seek out what you are good at and figure out why.

Now, some of you are really good in Business classes. Maybe you test well and get your homework done a lot quicker and with less stress in History…but you don’t know why? Well there is something in that, that you are good with. You have to find that yourself, or communicate this with your instructor.

But, bottom line, I found a list of school subjects from www.bls.gov and wanted to give you all with a list of jobs and careers that tie right into these school subjects. This might be your path to figuring out several talents and skills that you have.

Check this out, and respond to this and let me know any kinds of questions you have.

You have so much to offer in life and this world, that I hope you can find as many talents and skills possible to make the right career choices.

Now these are some interesting jobs, but keep coming back to The Career Closet for more on top  jobs. Some of them are on this list. Also visit www.bls.gov to see what some of these jobs mean! Keep in mind that this is a short list. Just some ideas of careers that are available based upon specific courses taken in school. Think outside the box here and focus on your interests, skills/talents and personalities to find the best fit for you.

You might find something based on the subjects and personal interests that inspires you!

MATH

  • Statistician
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Actuary
  • Surveyor
  • Physicist
  • Cost Estimator
  • Accounting
  • Financial

READING-

  • Writer
  • Desktop Publisher
  • Librarian
  • Reporter
  • Secretary
  • Advertising/Marketing
  • Journalism

SCIENCE-

SOCIAL STUDIES-

  • Economist
  • Human Resources (hiring/firing)
  • Politician
  • Urban Planner
  • Teacher
  • Psychologist
  • Law

MUSIC & ARTS-

  • Actor
  • Photographer
  • Musician
  • Disc Jockey
  • Designer
  • Fashion
  • Interior

COMPUTERS/IT-

  • Computer Hardware Engineering
  • Webmaster
  • Systems Analyst
  • Systems Support
  • Computer Software Engineer
  • Database Administration
  • Computer Support Specialist

LAW-

  • Police
  • Criminal Investigations
  • Judge
  • Lawyer
  • Paralegal
  • Court reporter
  • Probations

SPORTS-

  • Dancer
  • Professional Athlete
  • Coach
  • Recreational Therapist
  • Physical/Occupational Therapist
  • Recreational & Fitness

BUILDING/FIXING THINGS-

HELPING PEOPLE-

  • Teacher
  • Childcare Worker
  • Nursing
  • Psychology
  • Guidance Counseling
  • Counseling
  • Firefighter
  • Doctor

MANAGING MONEY-

  • Financial Analyst
  • Accountant
  • Loan Office
  • Real Estate Agent
  • Bookkeeping Clerk
  • Banking

NATURE-

  • Zookeeper
  • Department of Natural Resources
  • Landscape Architect
  • Farmer
  • Agricultural & Food Scientist
  • Veterinarian

Your next step from here might be to speak with someone close to you to bounce ideas off regarding your interests and what you are good at. Allow this person close to you to provide you with some advice. If you need it, allow them to give you some direction with regard to your career choice.

It’s a journey…

There are a lot of jobs out there in the world that need certain skills a talents, and if you have an interest and are good (even just at a couple of things), that is enough for you to realize the opportunities you deserve.

Life is tough, and you will have to work about 45-50 years before retirement. Most of us. Wouldn’t you want to enjoy what you do for a living?

The more you like what you do, the better you become at it.

Your Success is My Success,

Keith Lipke

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Keith Lipke is a careers and college recruiter, coach, mentor and blogger at The Career Closet. His passion is to educate, inspire, and give hope to young people who need it upon their search for the right career and college.

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