- 2 weeks ago
I think that any job that requires some amount of imagination and wonder would be a good option for littles. By this, I mean Artists, Actors, Musicians, and careers of a similar nature. Those jobs allow for one's imagination to run free, which I think plays into one's littlespace. Also tying into this would be things like philosophy.
Jobs in the engineering career fields would be a good choice as well. In many ways, that type of job is certainty a natural progression of building with legos or blocks, just the more advanced versions, and allows one to build buildings, planes, ships, and more.
Careers in other realms would work too. Chemists always run a risk of causing an explosion, at least to my mind. Physicists get to play advanced versions of catch, and purposely cause crashes just to see what happens. Meteorologists, like me, always know where to go to play in the snow, and keep their heads in the clouds, quite literally.
Last, ever since I found this site and learned more ive thought that a career in the medical fields or education would be a good choice for a little. There is a certain empathy that teachers and doctors need to have, and which little often have in spades, that would greatly aid in success in that career.
In conclusion to the essay on the subject that I somehow wrote, any career field that plays into what makes up your littlespace would be a great option for any little. Really, it comes down to what you enjoy, and playing into what you consider to be your strengths.
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