How to find your place in the labor market
Remember and write down all the activities that you had to do in life (among other things, consider cleaning potatoes, washing clothes, walking the dog, etc.) Emphasize the activities that you like and rewrite them on another sheet. Analyze the resulting list . Perhaps, it will be disparate (at first glance) things. Think about whether there is a profession that combines all the activities that you like. For example, "washing floors" and "selling tothe market potatoes "are easily connected as a seller in a small grocery store.
Take the Isabella Myers-Briggs test. Thanks to him you will know who you are - extrovert or introvert; how holistic you perceive information; what do you prefer - logic or intuition; whether your activity is structured. Ideally, you need to understand what profession you need to choose. Naturally, you should not take the results of passing the test literally (in most people several types of personalities are united). But, perhaps, you pay attention to the areas of activity, which had not been thought about before.
Explore the marketlabor. Collect the maximum information about any specialty. In search of your place onthe marketlabor there is no such thing as "excess knowledge". Be interested in what industries are developing, what vacancies are offered by companies. Try to be as far-sighted as possible (in the late 90s of the last century, few people decided to invest in the development of cellular communications, today they are millionaires), at the same time, be cautious. If there is an opportunity, try the forces in every business that interests you. To say whether you like the taste of mango or not, it must first be tried. So also with rabotu.No never go against your preferences, otherwise you can choose a prestigious, but unloved profession and then suffer from boredom.