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I am not stupid, at least not completely stupid. I have a nonverbal IQ of 120+ which explains why as an undergrad I breezed through classes like math, physics, computer science and so on, but I always hated classes where I had to read and write, because I don't absorb and process verbal information easily.
What I want to know is what career paths, if any, are appropriate for a person who can easily do quantitative tasks but feels extremely uncomfortable reading.
Do those careers exist or am I look at something like car mechanic or construction worker?