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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where 8850 Form Careers

Instructions and Help about Where 8850 Form Careers

The national honor societies want to help you get future-ready, and we've prepared a series of videos to assist you along the way. This one focuses on career exploration. Deciding on a career, especially as a teenager, can be a scary thing. However, at any age, it's important to take a good look at what you might like to do to earn a living. First and foremost, it's okay not to know. On average, people change jobs seven times in their adult lives and four times before they turn thirty-two. What's important is to get a general idea of what you like to do and what you're good at. This not only can help lead to a happy and successful career, but it can also save time and money in the future. Start by asking yourself what your favorite subject in school is. Is it art? Think about a career as a graphic designer, studio artist, or art teacher. How about music? This could lead to a career as an orchestra or band musician, or a music teacher. Do you like English? That's a good basis for being a writer, editor, or an English language instructor. What about math? Think about a career as an actuary, stockbroker, or financial planner. How about science? This interest and skill can lead to a career as a research scientist, forensic scientist, pharmacist, or chemist. Do you like social studies? Consider a career as a museum curator, anthropologist, government worker, or politician. There's also physical education (PE). You don't have to be a professional athlete to pursue this career path. Skill in physical education also leads to careers as a personal trainer, Parks and Recreation Director, or coach. Be honest with yourself. If you don't like a certain subject, it's okay. Focus on what you're good...