Programmers are responsible for writing and testing code to ensure that computer applications and other software programs are working correctly. So if working on the behind-the-scenes of computers is right up your alley, then you should consider this career.
Generally, programmers go to school for their bachelor's degree before pursuing this career. But there have been a few that only have an associate's degree. Almost all programmers know a few programming languages. The job isn't taxing on you, as you'll mostly be working in an office. But you might be able to improve your brain a bit.