I used to want to be a teacher, for primary kids, but after my accident I don't think I could handle it any longer. I no longer have any semblance of patience and my anger fuse is nil. I can't stand kids (other than my own) and I can't handle idiots. I currently do odd jobs over the internet because I can hold my tongue on-line which I can no longer do in person. >.>
I'm going to be going back to school either this coming semester or the fall semester next year to start work on a degree in web design and graphic art - with an emphasis in math and science. I have no idea what chemistry will do to help me with computer arts but it's a requirement for the degree program.
Programmer for a large company. My first choice is NASA since I love Science Fiction, and watch shows like BattleStar Galactica. I am also fascinated in the universe in general.
Google or Microsoft would be an ideal choice as well, though. I'm not sure if I have the brains to be a game programmer, or if I would want to do that anyway. Game programming is for the elite. Physics physics physics along with all kinds of other fun stuff.
i would love to either do neurological research (mainly brain activity) or DNA, second choice would be psychology since i have a lot of personal experience, in what area i am unsure, just all the the theory and reading puts me off, as i am dyslexic lol, not good for either but have managed so far. Also quantum psychics is a keen interest. Who knows where i will land just have to see what happens. Ow and for computer/graphics work, what the chemistry teaches is the analytical approach and theory's, sorry just my view.
It is not the size of the dog in the fight, it is the size of the fight in the dog.