What's better, a major that you love with fewer job opportunities or a so-so major with alot of opportunities?
I want to be a registered dietitian but there aren't many job opportunities and it's competitive. As an example, if you look for dietitian jobs on Monster.com, only 100 jobs in the U.S. come up . I could choose to be an Accounting major which is more boring, but there are more job opportunities, such as over 1,000+ accounting related jobs show up on Monster.com Any advice?
Asked By: Smile - 11/23/2010
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I wouldn't base you decision off of what you see on Monster. Remember, we're in an economic downturn right now, so there aren't many jobs available. One of the reasons there were so many results for an accountant is because there are a lot of people who are in financial trouble and need help, hence the accountant. Pick... More
Answered By: Hereese - 11/23/2010
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Um,,, hard to say. I will go with major you "love", but depend again. A so so major with more job opportunities might help out more. So really think about it. Hope it helps
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