I went to a resume workshop yesterday and asked the person teaching why I keep getting rejected for every job I apply for and they said I'm most likely applying for the wrong jobs. I'm not entirely sure, but since I have liked computers and video games for as long as I can remember I'm considering a job in computers. As a creative person I really think I need to do something with computers that's creative. I hate to admit it but I'm also very independent minded and don't get along well with others so I'm thinking working at an electronic store would not be a good idea for me. Besides I already applied for a job at the near by best buy about a month ago and almost instantly got an email saying my application was rejected. What would be some creative jobs I could do with computers. By the way since I get rejected for every job I apply for I have little work experience and the highest education I have is some college but no college degree. I'm not even that sure I want to get a college degree because I have read that even a stupid person can get a college degree so it wouldn't really prove anything. Also I currently don't consider myself an expert on computers, but I'm curious and eager to learn new things and can learn quickly as long as I am doing something hands on and learning on my own at my own pace.