I am writing to say how much I enjoyed that you finished your high school this year and to make some suggestion about how you should chooseyour carrier.
It is that stage of life where you will choose what you are going to do for rest of your life. Firstly you should be careful choosing a career; it is aninvolved process that is based on a number of things, including your interests, skills, work-related values, and personality. You might want to meet with a career developmentprofessional, career counselor or career development facilitator. A career development professional will use various tools to help you evaluate your interests, personality, skills, andvalues. He or she will then show you how all these things, combined, play a role in choosing a career.
Secondly, I think it would be a good idea to check with your publiclibrary since some offer career planning help. Also check with local colleges and universities. Most have career development offices which may offer services to members of thecommunity. Programs that train career counselors often have students work with members of the community in order to gain experience. There are many options available now a day.Finally I recommend that you begin to gather information about these careers which will include a job description, outlook for the field (will you be able to find a job), andrequired training and education. When you have narrowed down your choices to just a few, then you should investigate even further, perhaps conducting some informational interviews withthose working in the field. You can now make an educated decision about what career to pursue.
I wish you best of luck for your future.