what should I do?
I am 18, about to go to college and I still don't know what I would want to major in.
Asked By: tu amor - 1/14/2007
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We looked at high-wage, high-growth occupations as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics' 2006-2007 Occupational Outlook Handbook. Here are the top 50 jobs that are both growing faster than the average for total employment (13.0 percent) and have annual earnings above median of $28,770... More
Answered By: Mystique - 1/14/2007
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my suggestion? go to a community college first. that way, you don't waste money if you aren't sure what your major is. i wish i did that. i blew $15,000 on 3 semesters, and failed out. went back home and graduated, but had to work my way through. once you decide, then transfer. it's a good way to start out... More
Answered By: Heather - 1/14/2007
Think on something you really like,Business Administration, Marketing,Technology,Web design,Math,Science,History to become a Teacher,Engineer,Human Resource,or something that you really find Interesting... More
Answered By: Big Boy - 1/14/2007
Well, judging by the fact that you aren't driven to a particular field, you're obviously not going for the hard sciences (math/physics) or medicine or law or arts. These are highly competitive areas where you have to really like what you do in order to tolerate the long and hard studies required. If you wanted to... More
Answered By: Pepinos - 1/14/2007
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