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I don't know what career in technology to choose. PLEASE PLEASE help me out : ( THANKS?

I have a keen interest in learning about new technologies and would love to be a part of something to do with technology. The only problem is that I don’t know what college major to pick. I’ve thought about computer science and have even gone to my friend’s computer science courses and find them REALLY boring. I don’t know about engineering either, it’s just too complicated and math oriented. I just know that I want a unique career in technology which will give me the opportunity to make some good money. I don’t want to go into software engineering, interactive media and graphic design though. Whenever I hear about new technologies such as cyborg, I get really excited. I love to build things. Someday I want to create something really great. I highly doubt engineering is for me since I never really got good grades in math all throughout high school. I also didn’t take chemistry or physics or anything in high school. Chemistry, physics and math doesn’t really interest me much, but I still want to do something that has to do with technology. Please suggest something to me. Thanks so much.

Asked By: Primetime1049 - 1/28/2009
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I wanted the same thing when I took high school drafting. I did go on to get an associates in mechanical drafting; computers were just beginning. I started working in Houston when Auto-CAD opened with a blank screen, and the first thing to do was define a point in space. I worked at a place that manufactured seals for... More
Answered By: Neoone - 1/28/2009
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you could look into the design school at your university, they have majors such as industrial design which are not really engineering or math based, more creativity based and use new technology (CAD programs and other computer aided software)
Answered By: Sarah L - 1/28/2009
 
You can take Business Economics and work for a technology company. You won't be the designer but you'll be exposed to different interesting stuff. Just to let you know, this may be something you need to think about and figure out what you really like. Classes will never be interesting unless you enjoy attending it.
Answered By: jgatchal - 1/28/2009
 
try to learn programming language and then write a new soft ware then sell it i think its enough for you....
Answered By: Najmi - 1/29/2009
 
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