Accounting is a suitable job for a person with logical/mathematical intelligence. The responsibilities of a accountant is to examine financial records. In order to do this job you must have good logical and mathematical intelligence. The job requires logical and mathematical intelligence because it revolves around learning through logic, numbers and critical energy. You have to analyze problems and solve using numbers and logic.
Mechanical Engineering is a suitable occupation for a person with bodily/kinesthetic intelligence. A mechanic is a craftsman who uses tools to repair and build machinery. Bodily/Kinesthetic intelligence is used because it requires you to have handle of tools skillfully and also have control of your body to solve problems. Logical/Mathematical intelligence is also needed to follow procedures and analyze the numbers.
An architect is a suitable job for a person with visual/spatial intelligence. The responsibilities of an architect is to design architecture. This requires a person to be creative and visualize different ways to design. It requires you to visualize to create, this is the basis of visual/spatial intelligence. Architects also do need logical/mathematical intelligence to make sure that their design is strong enough, for lengths and etc.
Construction worker is a suitable job for a person with bodily/kinesthetic intelligence. The responsibilities of a construction worker is to follow the blue print and construct the design. Bodily intelligence and skills are needed to perform this job because you need to have control of your body and be skilled with using small tools and large machines. It requires alot of physical work which goes under bodily/kinesthetic intelligence and skills.
I am interested in pursuing this job because I am good at performing with numbers and having a job that has a structure with logic. Though there are a few things I need to improve on to do this job such as communicating and time management.
A computer programming is a suitable job for a person with logical/mathematical intelligence. The responsibilities of a computer programmer is to create code for software and operating systems. In order to do this job you must convert instructions into numbers that the computer can understand and follow. This requires logical/mathematical intelligence because you need to analyze words and numbers and turn it into code by converting to binary numbers. The job is based around numbers and using logic to work around erros and problems you may face.
I am interested in pursuing this job because I like to do hands on jobs. For example, for school I liked to create physical models and with procedures and instructions the modelling requires less creativity.
I am not interested in being an architect because I am not the best and being creative and designing. I am better at designing if there is already and plan or procedure to make that design, for example, a car mechanic already knows the steps to repair the car.
In this comic, I talked about my top 3 intelligences, logical/mathematical, bodily-kinesthetic, and visual/spatial intelligence. I also talk about the connections of the multiple intelligence to occupations. I learned alot about my learning styles and learned of possible occupations I might follow in the future.
I am not interested in being a construction worker even though the skills required are skills that I possess. I do not want to be a construction worker because I don't think that I would enjoy the job even though I believe I would be good at it.
I am interested in being a computer programmer because I am good at the skills that are required to be a computer programmer. Though, there are some drawbacks such as sitting in a chair for a large period of time.