Computers Programer or ART???????

I'm a senior in high school and i want to go to college but i don't really know exactly what i want to become... i've been thinking about graphic designer, or textile designer because i like art but i'm not sure if these get paid good or if they can find jobs easily. So i've also thought about computer programming since i think they get better pay and jobs. a little background about myself i like to draw but i'm not too good i need more practice (i love to paint landscapes and botanical still lifies) I love math and like since a bit so what should i become?

Asked By: black bunny - 8/10/2010
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A Computer Assisted Commercial Artist. BIG $ and you DO need to draw (pardon the pun), draw on your creative side... More
Answered By: p'rfezzer 'm' - 8/10/2010
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IT is better. You get paid more and it's quite in demand. Any career in art will be rather shaky and won't have good pay.
Answered By: Brian - 8/10/2010
Major in one and if you don't like it you can easily change your major. Alot of people change their majors the first or second year of college.
Answered By: anonymous - 8/10/2010
graphic artist can make a very good living average 35 to 40k programmers make 75 to 150k
Answered By: Mike - 8/10/2010
No reason why you can't do both. Many computer jobs these days require art backgrounds, like graphic designers, and if you can program as well, you will likely get even more job offers. Web designers need to know how to program but they also need to know how to make visually appealing layouts and create logos. Why not... More
Answered By: Runa - 8/10/2010
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