What is the name of the job that I want?
I know how to describe the job that I want, but in the search for colleges and majors, a description doesn't always suffice. I want to be an event planner but not like weddings or birthday parties but major events like charity events, red carpet events, business events, etc. What exactly would that be called? Would I be able to start my own business just for this? What should I major in in college and any suggestions on good schools for this would be greatly appreciated. (I'm a junior in high school, currently looking at Brown University, Princeton and BU as top choices) Thank you!
Asked By: <3s2makemusic - 11/10/2012
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noone really starts out doing stuff like that unless like their dad owns the company or something. you should probably major in something like marketing so atleast you could fall back in a job in sales while you await this other ship to come in.
Answered By: Overnight - 11/10/2012
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I want to be an astronaut, but that won't turn out well.
Answered By: akatsuki - 11/10/2012
Answered By: WC - 11/10/2012
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