How to find a job that suits me
First and foremost, decide with what you have on hand. It can be any minor experience, special education or courses, the knowledge you possess, or skills that can be applied. Make possible a more long list. Include all the skills that you have, but are not confident in their material use.
Make a list of those professions which ever you like. This can be as a conscious choice, based on high wages and social benefits, and unconscious, based on the surroundings and the emotions you felt when first faced with this kind of work. The longer, spooky, the easier you will find what suits you.
Compare these two lists. Use the path of least resistance, to select from the second list only those occupations that resonate in the ground. Calculate what types of information or training necessary to obtain the maximum level of specialisation in your chosen work. Try it turns to those professions that you have chosen, the criterion for exclusion should be your complete disappointment.
Keep in mind that every job, regardless of what it is, a key role is played by the team and the ability of the authorities to find a common language with the staff. Do not rush to cross off an item from the list just because are unable to find a common language with colleagues — try another employer. Out profession only if you are able mentally and physically to cope with the work itself, not with the team in which you work.