Graduating from high school means that there are a multitude of careers that you can choose from. Depending on what your interests, are and what your grades are like, you'll be able to take your pick from any number of careers for your future. Sometimes that task of deciding what you want to do with the rest of your life can seem overwhelming. One of the key things that you can do is break your decision down into smaller pieces. Don't look at the entire picture of your future and think that you need to do the same thing for the rest of your life.
What you do need is a starting point and launching pad so that you can get a job and start earning money. You can choose from careers that are open-ended and allow you to expand and branch out at later time in your life. If you think that you would like to be a chartered account, but don't have the time to complete the CGA program all at once, you can break it up and take some general accounting classes to start. Apply for jobs working with an accounting company as a clerk and then start taking night classes to work up enough credits for your CGA. The same can be said for careers in the computer field.
If you would like to have a degree in computer science, but don't have the time or the money to complete the program without interruption, you can first earn a diploma in computer systems. When you've been working for some time in the computer industry you can go back to school full time or part time to earn the credits that you need to receive a degree in computer science. Since there are so many interesting careers to choose from you don't want to lock yourself into a corner and limit your job selection in the future.
James Hunt has spent 15 years as a professional writer and researcher covering stories that cover a whole spectrum of interest. Read more at www.best-for-careers.com