Great question! I would highly recommend taking a career assessment to determine which fields might possibly suit you. You know yourself best so take the results with a grain of salt. If you truly don't think you'd be interested in pursuing one of the results, then don't include it! I would suggest finding someone within the field to inquiry with/interview in order to get a first-hand perspective of what that line of work is like. You can start with your network (family, friends, relatives, etc.). If someone in your network in not within the field of interest, perhaps someone in their network is. If you are interested after speaking with them I would suggest you ask to shadow within that field in order to get an idea of the day to day is like. A major can lead to many different career paths, I would suggest you complete as many different internships as possible throughout your college career to get insight into each to determine which you like most.
Best of luck.
Rachael recommends the following next steps:
- Take a career assessment
- Utilize your network to find professional in the field
- Inquiry with a professional in the field
- Shadow a professional in the field
- Intern a at a company pertaining to the career of choice