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    I had this idea that I would be a game programmer. But I got a job in it and found out I really hate programming!!!

    I did maths at uni (3rd class).

    The most thing I enjoyed about my job was talking to artists and organising things. I'm also like writing (I'm writing a novel) and am OK at drawing.

    Can anyone suggest to me a good job to go into (I would rather die than go back to I.T.).

    Apparently hairdressers are the happiest people but I'm squeemish about touching strange people's hair.

    Is conference organising a good job? I don't think I have any skills apart from programming which I feel stuck in.

    Someone help me!
 
 
 
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