Help with choosing a minor?

So I've kind of had a rough go in college so far. I'm only a sophomore and so far I've changed my major 4 times (Pre-Med, Psychology, Med Tech and now Health Science) These changes have sort of set me back a bit and now I'm retaking similar classes to satisfy new program requirements. As for my future, as of now I want to be a Clinical Trial Coordinator at a research facility. What would be a better minor to go along with my Health Science major, Biology or Management? Also, which one may work better in case I change my major again in the future? I have heard a lot recently though that employers don't even look at minors, so maybe I'm fretting for nothing? I do have to choose one though to graduate. That's funny cause when I look up jobs on job search websites like indeed or monster, many of these types of jobs I'm looking in to require a bachelors. Maybe we're thinking of different careers here. I'm thinking of the person who writes the SOPs, informs participants, and complies the data to be analyzed by a statistician. Also, I have a 3.9 GPA. I don't really have trouble with classes, I'm just trying to find what I truly enjoy.

Asked By: - 11/12/2011
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I work in the clinical trials field and there are lots of jobs like that - ignore the people who say there aren't. The country I come from doesn't do major/minor degrees so I can't advise you on that, but my degree was in biotechnology... More
Answered By: Jay Fay - 11/12/2011
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stay away from minors and find someone your own age, you pedo!!!
Answered By: Vag Badge - 11/12/2011
I'm afraid I have bad news for you, you're not likely to be a clinical trial co-ordinator with a generic health science degree. People who hold those positions are typically research scientists who have worked their way up the ranks. I suspect, however, based on your increasingly less strenuous majors, that you have a... More
Answered By: blakelylaw - 11/12/2011
Yes, those positions do exist, but realize that they can come and go, with the whims of grants and such (or presidential administrations... More
Answered By: Gracinda - 11/12/2011
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