I'm currently in high school and have been debating what my options are for later in life (Or what I'm actually interested in). My first position would be a police officer. I have wanted to be employed in the police force for the majority of my life until now. My next choice I have recently looked into is ChildLine support. ChildLine support are members of staff which work in the call centers answering calls to children. It's voluntary but I believe I would get greater satisfaction helping a child in a difficult situation than being paid doing so. Another option is counseling. Everyone needs a listener. I'd enjoy being able to listen to someone and/or provide help to someone. Finally, disabled children. Society often looks down on disabled people. Like the others listed above, I believe it would be helpful to be there for many. I'm really not sure which path to take. In my situation, which job would appeal to you most?