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So I've recently discovered a few things about what I like/dislike in the work place.

I need something I'm passionate about and that is centred around a good cause such as helping people or making the world a better place in some way - I find retail and all things to do with sales and money very hollow and depressing

I find looking after babies and toddlers really rewarding

I like being able to walk around/a change of scenery and hate the idea of being sat at an office all day long

I don't like really rigid, military-like routines and rules

I don't like multi-tasking or a loud and chaotic environment - I don't like customers or being told to do 10 things at once, and QUICKLY

I like the idea of being allowed to express myself and be more 'real' - I don't like the artificial retail environment where you need to be a robot basically and I don't want to feel like just 'a number in the system'

My feelings get hurt quite easily so I can't really deal with rude people such as customers

I hate analysing data and I want something 'hands-on' and practical where I can feel rewarded and see the results of my efforts

What career comes to mind based on this? I was considering being a social worker or play therapist, or even a nursery worker however nursery workers are so poorly paid it puts me off a bit
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So I've recently discovered a few things about what I like/dislike in the work place.

I need something I'm passionate about and that is centred around a good cause such as helping people or making the world a better place in some way - I find retail and all things to do with sales and money very hollow and depressing

I find looking after babies and toddlers really rewarding

I like being able to walk around/a change of scenery and hate the idea of being sat at an office all day long

I don't like really rigid, military-like routines and rules

I don't like multi-tasking or a loud and chaotic environment - I don't like customers or being told to do 10 things at once, and QUICKLY

I like the idea of being allowed to express myself and be more 'real' - I don't like the artificial retail environment where you need to be a robot basically and I don't want to feel like just 'a number in the system'

My feelings get hurt quite easily so I can't really deal with rude people such as customers

I hate analysing data and I want something 'hands-on' and practical where I can feel rewarded and see the results of my efforts

What career comes to mind based on this? I was considering being a social worker or play therapist, or even a nursery worker however nursery workers are so poorly paid it puts me off a bit
Private tutoring? Can do it for younger kids.
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