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|12-20-2011, 06:20 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2007
What career requires analyzing and making decisions rather than implementation?
I have identified my strengths as analyzing, planning, making decisions, basically, thinking and figuring things out. What career requires these qualities?
I have only come up with the stock market and sport coaching.
I'm asking because my experience is that I feel very comfortable with thinking about problems (like playing chess) but that I'm not so interested in implementing the results.
For example, I get interested in different areas whether it's sports, music or programming, but after I learn the basics, get some understanding, and it's time to actually do that work, I don't care as much or not at all.
It seems that I just like to analyze what needs to be done.
Currently, I'm a student of business management and administration without serious work experience.
Thanks for your ideas.
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