Noah Green answered
Here are the steps I would take:
- Figure out what your good at. Take a look at what you've qualified yourself for in life. What could you do with the training you have? What could you do with a little bit more training?
- Figure what you enjoy. If you don't enjoy the work you're doing, then you're going to sit in a deep pool of misery for the rest of your life. This is awful. Take what your good at, then what you enjoy, and throw em' together.
- Cruise around your local area and see what businesses suit YOU. Don't throw yourself out there and get stepped on by employers. Let your goals be known, so your employers can put you where you need to be and help you reach those goals. If they say they can't help, don't let them corner you. Look elsewhere.