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What is a good career choice for a person with anxiety and/or social anxiety?
Category: Anxiety 6 years ago
kayyko
Asked 6 years ago

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I am wondering the same thing. I went to school to be a teacher and since I have gotten out of school I have developed this horrible social anxiety that has never been this dehabilating before. Now I am trying to figure out what to do for a career. I have started volunteering at an animal shelter. I love working with animals, so I may try to pursue something dealing with animals. :)
serenity123
Answered 6 years ago
serenity123

That's a good question....I have been in school for the last couple years taking prerequisites and random classes I find interesting. I am lost and confused....searching for my calling and purpose while simultaneously discouraged by anxiety and fear and lack of self confidence caused by nothing...or things in the past which are irrelevant because it doesn't fix the panic and fear that I now have...which equate to the social anxiety disorder which caused the lack of confidence and self-esteem i suppose. Anyways,sorry for rambling, and also because I did not answer your question. I just sympathize and relate with the aforementioned question you have.
scottk34
Answered 6 years ago
scottk34

HAHAHA.....thanks It made me giggle a little at the end.
kayyko
Answered 6 years ago
kayyko

It all depends on what kind of work you like and how much you are willing to sacrifice for it. But if this is not very important for you, I would say that any remote work would suit you. You will reduce your social circle to people who are important to you, you will not need to work in a team and in general leave your home. You can work with top resume writing services to get a suitable resume for such a job and it will be easier for you to get a job having a great resume.
BonnieGoetz
Answered 3 weeks ago
BonnieGoetz

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