3 Career Paths That Are Unpopular But Can Be Fulfilling And RewardingBy Jane Reed, UniversityHerald Reporter
What is the best career for you? It is difficult to say what exactly is the best career for you. And there are schools that can teach and prepare you for the job. But think of it this way -
There are jobs out there that you may not even have heard of. Have you been in a mixer and asked the person opposite of you what they do for a living? At one point, you would probably get an answer that is not familiar to you.
Somebody out there is not a surgeon, a banker or a lawyer. Someone out there is a business analyst, a technical adviser or what not. But they earn well and make a great living out of the job. According to Bustle, there are career paths out there that they don't tell you about in school and even in college. So before you finally decide on the career path you choose, it pays to consider some you may not even heard of.
1. Be a Technical Business Analyst. It is not a business degree entirely. It is a computer science degree that is into the development of information, trending, business analysis and more. This does not mean you should learn about coding. It just means that if you are a Technical Business Analyst, you are great at reading numbers and forecasting and more!
2. Instructional Design - It can be used in architecture but if you're mostly good with words and great with graphic design, this might be the right career path for you. There are careers involving instructional design that can definitely use someone who is great with graphics and more!
3. Be a Technical Director - Are you great with technical information and are good on your feet? Do you love directing? You should look into roles that will allow you to showcase your skills and talents in media (radio, television,) tech (computers) and even business.