what career is suited for me
This is a very personal question and will be different for every person. It depends on your interests, strengths, passions, preferred lifestyle, priorities, location, stability. Some people value flexibility and autonomy. Others value stability and structure. My major has nothing to do with my current career -- and I love my current job! So you don't need to figure it all out before/during college. You have plenty of time. You should explore your interests and strengths, and get as much exposure as you can!
As a Human Resources Professional, I would encourage you to identify your strengths and also what you enjoy before choosing a career path. I always wanted to be a Veterinarian, but do not perform my best in Math and Science. I obtained my degree in Business Management and discovered that my strengths were supporting business strategy and Human Capital operations. I would recommend thinking about what you excel in either through school or extra curricular activities and what would keep you interested in a long term career. There are opportunities to adapt and progress within a career field that is growing, so I recommend identifying fields that are growing. Also, look for a career that provides you with flexibility in order to accommodate life activities. Best of luck to you!
As you go through your journey, be sure to document what you do and don't like about certain careers. After all, your career should be something you love. If you find you don't love something, take some time to explore another path that will make you happy. My biggest advice to you would be: don't limit your options. Always be open to learning something new and exploring the unknown, you never know what may be waiting for you. Good luck!
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