Is Popular Culture a good career choice?
I am currently mojoring in Construction Management at Bowling Green State University. I have realized that I am no good in math, nor do I have any interest in it. I was thinking about changing my major to Popular Culture (Bachelor of Arts) and minoring in Sociology possibly. What are the ups and downs of me doing this, career wise. And overall, would this be a good career choice if I have a high interest in it?
Asked By: Marine Lcpl - 8/25/2010
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Wow, I never thought I'd see the day someone asked about Popular Culture. Only a handful of schools in North America offer it. It was my first major, but I switched out for a variety of reasons. I did enjoy some of what I learned though. I like the perspective that it takes towards social/cultural observation... More
Answered By: Canadian Bacon - 8/25/2010
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You must enjoy whatever your choice is. Not a good idea to try to be something you are not going to be happy with. Go with something you like. That will make you a much happier person even if it makes less money. Later in life, your interests might change. They usually do.
Answered By: Jeb - 8/25/2010
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