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Sergey Gordienko
I'm changing my profession.
Hello, There. In 3 weeks I'll go at last time to my curent work. I worked in non-manufacturing business about 5 yers, I started when I was 16 years old, so I even don't know how work usussualy people, because in different times I had various work-days. In general, this profession force us to work at night, to don't sleep many hours. Sometimes we had a lot of free time, oportunities for travel. Sometimes we have got a lot of money on day, sometimes not. I'm bartender now, but honestly the 23rd of March I said "I'm not bartenter now". I understood that it's not for me. I want to something other. I want to get improving. I saw a nature of people, I saw that and it didn't like me. 
I'm looking for a new job, I'm thinking about my future, I mean my next profession.
You know, that will change many part of my life, really many. 
Tell me how live ussual people. I wanna know.
May 10, 2019 3:30 PM
Comments · 4
What profession are you looking for? Have you decided already? 
May 10, 2019
It's great dession to change your job. I find it's very difficult
May 11, 2019

It's hard to figure what to do as a profession as there are many ways to earn a living.  The on-line school of Khan Academy is free for you to possible research some subjects that you might like.  There are many factors that I would consider.  Be careful of scams to learn that would take your money.  Research well if folks ask for money when it sounds too good to be true that they'll get you your dream.  Critical thinking of finding out if it's true is key important.  Lots of good people in the can never ask too many questions, but those few bad apples sometimes are out there.

If I had a family, I'd try to earn a good living where they reside if there is good employment.

What's important to you?  Money, stability of the job and number of hours, special training, ease of different employer options to change, time of day, travel (as you've stated), education, benefits (like retirement money), standing, hard labor, or sitting all day, stress level, danger, good boss (not a slave driver) and many other factors.

Ideas of good jobs here that my friends do...

Firefighter (dangerous, work 3 days on and 4 days off, benefits, stressful, stable job, hard to find a different employer if not happy and good money since it's dangerous

Electrician, Accountant, Computer programmer, furnace repair, nurse, teacher, customs, childcare, machinist, mechanic, project manager of construction jobs, chemist, architect, dental assistant, bus driver, graphic design logo artist, and webpage programmer.

Best of luck!

May 11, 2019
That's hard to say, my job requires me to move from country to country and that's "unusual" for some people, but I prefer it to a 9-5 office job. Do you have a job that you are interested in doing? Do you have a dream job or would you like to be an entrepreneur? You will have to find an answer to these questions to determine your future.
May 10, 2019
Sergey Gordienko
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