This is long so thanks for your patience and help. I am needing a new career. One that makes more money and that I enjoy and I am running out of time. I have a son to send to college. I think I will be covering his costs mostly on my own. I want him to go to the college of his choice. I also want to retire very comfortably. I am not in a good situation financially, so I have a lot of catching up to do. I took the real Meyer's Briggs in college a long time. It Marked me as an an ENFP but if I remember correctly and I think I do, I was about 50/50 extrovert/introvert. I am feeling more and more like I lean towards INFP the older I get. Anyway I have have mostly worked as an early childhood teacher. I am completely burnt out on that gig. I have an art degree and an MS in Psychology. I am going on my second year working for a very large non-profit, first as a Literacy Tutor as this year a Director of a site. I am thinking about moving up in this organization but also thinking of keeping the doors open for other non-profits. Thinking in the line of Volunteer Coordinator, Fundraising, Human Resources . . . Any Thoughts. Oh and yes I know those careers are not considered high paying but after Early Childhood pay they are. I would like to start making at least $50,000 in 2 years.


Lana (not verified) says...

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gds (not verified) says...

School counselors get paid in the 50s and 60s where I live.

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