by Catherine Rein
(last updated May 26, 2009)
As a teen, my favorite job was working at the local swimming pool. It was fun, relaxing and paid pretty well. I was lucky that my parents had forced years of swimming lessons on me, I was ready for the opportunity when it came my way. You can be ready for new opportunities, too. Focus on your interests and research the types of jobs you might want in the future. What skills do you need to work on to be ready when the time comes? Consider the following job ideas as you plan your job hunt:
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