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6 Career Choices for a Visual Spatial Learner

Visual spatial learners tend to grasp concepts more holistically rather than in the traditional step-by-step manner. Therefore, their teachers incorporate a lot of visual imagery in their learning process. While this kind of learning may prove challenging in some careers, it could provide a competitive edge in the right career. Since these individuals are more gifted in intuition, they have integrated abilities useful in careers involving arts, sciences and strategic planning. Outlined are professions that are highly suitable for visual spatial learners.

1. Graphic Designers

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Graphic design is recommended for this type of intellect, because it relies on the use of colors, textures and imagery. It allows these learners to express their artistic ability by encouraging originality and creativity in designing visual images. In addition, graphic designers are not limited to specific professional fields and can secure employment either as an illustrator, photographer, classroom teacher, or as an art critic. The minimum educational requirement is a bachelor’s degree in graphic design or a related field.

2. Police Detectives

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Due to their highly developed intuitive skills, visual spatial learners can utilize their natural instincts in a career as a detective. Their ability to read signals and gauge people’s reactions provides them with excellent empathetic and perceptive skills. The minimum educational attainment for this line of work may vary according to the required level of expertise. Some agencies may only ask for a high school diploma, whereas others may need a college degree in addition to professional training from selected academies. Similarly, most job descriptions demand for previous professional experience as a police officer.

3. Architecture

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A career in architecture calls for mastery of images and the ability to perceive them in three dimensions. Architects are required to use these skills to generate or draw complex models from simple ideas. In architecture, those with visual spatial intellects may benefit, because they possess the natural ability to understand concepts in multiple dimensions. Hiring agencies require at least a bachelor’s degree in architecture before making employment considerations.

4. Therapy and Psychology

Visual spatial learners find it easier to express and clue into emotions rather than depend on verbal information. They therefore naturally develop intuitive abilities applicable in careers as therapists and psychologists. Moreover, their ability to empathize makes it easier for them to connect with others to encourage conflict resolution.

5. Entrepreneurs

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Visual spatial skills are a critical factor in determining the success of business entrepreneurs. These learners can fuse their scientific and artistic abilities into generating new products and services. In addition, their ability to see the bigger picture helps them devise business strategies used to predict trends and counteract possible future risks. There are no specific educational requirements; however, a business degree or a few business classes may be beneficial in this career.

6. Physics

Physics strongly appeals to visual spatial learners despite the high level of abstract information involved. The science consists of strong visual components, such as concepts of matter, which help them grasp even the most difficult theories. Educational specialties in physics include optics, navigation, communication, laboratory equipment, and astronomy.

The visual spatial intellect lends itself to other numerous careers. Simply concentrate on careers that suit your interests and can be built in steady, subsequent steps.

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