Neato Torpedo wrote:Nanotechnology is a growing field, maybe you should look into that.
Nanotech also requires extensive research and scientific experience. Not exactly entry-level unless you have a bio or engineering degree and even then, a tough ask to land that gig.
I'd say the first question is what job do you see yourself being most interested in? It sounds like a tough ask to get into radio again or parlay your past radio management experience to say, a TV station and so, it seems like you're ready to start over. If you have any remote interest in programming or development, then I suggest being a software tester or quality assurance analyst. It's somewhat tricky to move up the ladder from there but if you know the right people, you could as long as you're a pretty quick learner.