21 years old and don't know what to do?
I have no idea what I want to major in still. I went to college for 2 years and switched my major so much that I stopped going for a year to decide what I want to do. First I majored in nursing and then switched it to accounting. I want a major that will directly get me a job. My sister went to cosmetology school and now is a hair dresser. I want something like that because I'm not good at networking myself and I want to major in something that will easily get me a job. What should I do?
Asked By: Sally - 3/13/2012
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Nursing is the easiest way to have a secure job. Nurses are always in demand, there are LOTS of different types of nursing jobs, you don't have to network, you can be a nurse anywhere in the world. If you'd rather have an office job, there are office jobs for nurses, too. Nurses are employed by health insurance... More
Answered By: MavistheMaven - 3/13/2012
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Answered By: John Rockford - 3/13/2012
Join the military. It's a guaranteed job, and you won't have to worry about networking yourself. Look into it, you'd be surprised at what the military is really like. Hope this helped.
Answered By: Tyler - 3/13/2012
Don;t you want to do something you'll love doing? You'll be miserable if you do it for the money
Answered By: Rachel - 3/13/2012
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