Our expert says:
Sorry to hear the career counselling didn't help --- was it a lousy counsellor, or didn't you like the advice you got ? Usually they do tests for (a) what you like, and (b) what you could be good at. So identifying things you'd hate to do, or would really suck at, is useful.
Lack of maths and physics ( you could specially do these subjects, if they were essential for a career you really wanted ) only blocks some careers, in science / medicine, engineering, and so on. Not being good with people limits you more, in a way, as so many jobs need that --- how many working people would you go to, for anything, if they weren't polite and patient and nice to you ?
There's not much demand for jobs that would pay you to surf the net, infortunately. Most people are happy to do that for themselves. I suppose there might be some small jobs in advertising, or such fields, that wanted someone to scan the wen and search for topics and ads relevant to their clients.
In nature and hiking there are potential jobs, in nature conservancy, game-ranging, and so on.
Again, I don't see too many people wanting to pay you to go shopping ( though some stores, I think, have "personal shoppers" who work with special clients to know exactly what they'd like, and then shop for them ) --- and I don't know anyone who would pay you to eat for them. ( If you find any, let me know --- I could do with a part-time job in that field !)
Could you learn computer applications that would help you get some jobs ?
Biology was a favourite subject ? Only te HUMAN body you like ? Or could you work as a veterinary assistant, animal rescue, whatever ?
How adaptable are you ? COuld you learn new skills and knowledge to suit yourself for a good job ?
And. setting aside what you like, think broadly. Of people you know or have met, which work in a job you wouldn't mind doing ?
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