So some background, I am a recent graduate who just got his degree in elementary education. I found out the hard way, that teaching is simply not for everyone. I hated the classroom management, gossipy teachers, horrible administration, constant evaluations, state testing, and lack of support. I didn't realize how difficult it was to create lesson plans, and I never had any sort of free time outside of the classroom. Work always followed me home, and I felt like it became impossible trying to come to the school with a smile on my face. To be honest, I have absolutely no regrets about not wanting to become a teacher. The good thing was that it helped me discover my true passion, and that was to help children. It definitely feel that it gave me some true purpose in life. I tried to think about other careers, and none of them sound appealing to me. The only other careers that I would probably like is something within the postal service. I want to find a job that is more suited to my personality as well. I am introverted, and somewhat soft-spoken (ISFJ). I feel that I might be comfortable working in a clerical role, or administrative role. I'm one of the rare nutcases that absolutely love doing office tasks. This includes scheduling, scanning papers, data entry, copying papers, etc. Although I am introverted, I am able to do really well working one-on-one with people. On the other hand, jobs that involve cold-calling or anything sales-related sound like an absolute nightmare. I really don't mind having a role that's considered to be "behind-the-scenes" I would like to find an office job whose entire purpose is to help people. However, I'm trying to find a realistic path that I can work towards in the next few months. I think that I would be a perfect candidate for nonprofit, or government jobs. I feel that there are so many jobs that require years of unrelated experience, certification, or further schooling. I'm also having to hard time thinking about jobs that are stable, and decent paying. Right now I'm using all of my free time to volunteer. Not only do I need to network, but I definitely need to gain better experiences. Can anyone here point me to some fields that I might be a good fit for?