The question is off topic on Parenting.SE and I do not see how it can be made on topic. The reasons are two fundamental problems:
- It's not about parenting. What career for a child to choose, for whatever reasons, is out of scope of this site. There is no parenting problem to be solved here.
- It's primarily opinion-based. There's no clear correct answer to what career is best for your son. You are asking What do you think? Any other suggestions? Idea generation questions are not a good fit.
That it's not on topic here does not necessarily mean it's a bad question (or that someone felt offended). It's just that Stack Exchange is optimised for a special type of questions - those with one correct answer in principle. The question then (hopefully) receives several answers trying to solve the problem and one does it best and gets accepted. This means for a stack like Parenting.SE that we have to restrict ourselves to these types of questions, too.
Stack Exchange furthermore strives to become a knowledge repository, which further shapes the types of questions allowed on specific stacks. This one is dedicated to parenting, so we only want parenting questions. This way, visitors can most effectively use this resource. And experts on parenting (e. g. parents) can find questions for them to answer.
If you want to know which career is best for your son, it will not be on topic here. Editing won't help.
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