I'm a go-getter, highly organized, creative as heck, and I have good inter-personal and writing skills. I can problem solve like nobody's business; how do I know? I'm usually the one everyone (yes, even my superiors) comes to when they're stuck and need an idea outside of the box. I have seven years teaching Science in low-income, urban schools where you're basically expected to be a wizard. Until this year, I've been happy doing this but, man, kids these days! They're so awful! And STUPID! I feel as if I'm wasting my time by just being a glorified babysitter/police officer/social worker. And the pay sucks. Only perk is summers off.
My BS degree is in biology and I minored in geology but I don't care if my new career uses either backgrounds. If anything, I actually prefer geology related fields. Although biology was interesting in school, I can't imagine hanging out in a lab all day. I'm sort of an excitement junkie, you could say.
At this point, I'm just scoping out job ideas for after this school year ends (yes, I realize it's only October, haha. Have any of you been in a similar situation? Or maybe you've never taught but you can empathize with my scenario...
Whatever the case, if you have good career ideas, please comment. The more detailed, the better. :)
I'm looking for ideas of jobs that might be interesting and