What to become if math, technology and music are good
What to become if math, technology and music are good?
What to choose a profession?
There are 5 answers
Answered on February 19, 2015 16:19
In 5th grade, everyone is good at math =) you will live and see;) And so, if you like technology, maybe you should become a designer? and creative work, and income can be decent if you become some Kira Plastilinina =)
Answered February 19, 2015 16:20
Here the choice is huge: a math teacher, a professional musician, I believe that many exact sciences and that is to say, specialties are within your reach. The main thing is to understand what you like best, where the soul lies. Not necessarily the choice made now will remain with you for life, with time, tastes and hobbies change, maybe with time you will plunge into the completely opposite element.
Answered February 19, 2015 16:27
And what is the soul more lies? You also need to consider how much the profession is in demand. Here look: 1. Mathematics - you can go to the math, to the Physical and Technical Department, etc.Become an engineer, a programmer - you will not be left without a profession. 2. Music - less successful in terms of employment area. By and large, in our country music for the majority is more of a hobby than a profession, if you are not some well-known and popular musician. Being a music teacher at school is not profitable, a small salary. Whatever one may say, we go to work not so much for the soul as for the sake of the life support of ourselves and our family. 3. Technology is a lesson in labor, yes? If so, despite the simplicity, you can get a good idea. For example, cooks are always needed - you can start with a regular cafe + there is always food nearby :) Then go to refresher courses or unlearn somewhere, grow to the chef of a good restaurant. Or a seamstress, for example: you can start earning money in a studio, then open your own studio yourself, sew to order (very good money, by the way) + design your things.