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I'm a 27 year old software engineer in New York City and I'm tired of the city and of not producing anything with my hands. I want to move to New Hampshire and get a /diy/ related job such as machining, assembling or testing technically complicated objects, PLC programming in a factory, or perhaps being a diesel or aircraft mechanic, etc.

My qualifications are that I'm highly dexterous, autistic, extremely fast learner with excellent memory, and have a high level of familiarity with tools, computers, electronics, and engines (for a layman). I'm well credentialed in the field of software engineering but I don't want to do this anymore, I want to throw my old career away.

Ok so what would you recommend that's on the high IQ or technical side of /diy/ jobs? Anything that requires a few years of technical schooling would be preferable. I have lots of money and no family.



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