As the title says. I have been working in the automotive industry for 2.5 years, while attending school at night to earn my degree. I'm only about a year away from completely my AAS degree, but after working in a shop I just don't think I want to do this for the rest of my life.
But, I'm not really sure where to turn. I know if I want to be more successful, I'll have to go to school for several more years, and possibly work towards a bigger and better degree, and I'm willing to accept that.
I'm 21, and grew up on a lake with all the toys, boats, dirtbikes, jetskis, etc... I would LOVE to be able to live like that when I'm a little older, and I know it's going to take a lot of hard work, determination, and dedication to get there.
I'm a good worker, RARELY call in sick (I have only missed 1/2 day in 2.5 years at my current place of employment, aside from vacations), am NEVER late, and stick around until the job is done. I'm not really the type to sit in an office chair all day. I like working with my hands, and sometimes in a team, but not always.
I guess I'm looking for advice, and maybe some suggestions of careers worth looking into, and what it may take to get there. I've thought of the clean energy industry, or maybe the oil and gas industry. Contradicting, I know
But, I'll listen to pretty much anything.