I hope you are doing well!
First, while attending college is important, your major won’t have anything to do with your career. Study things that interest you! Many people are in jobs that are different from what they studied in school. Always remember that school is different than working in the real world. Experience and the desire to work is all that matters at the end.
When I was attending school, I majored in Psychology with two minors in Human Development and Public Leadership. I currently have a technical job because I had taken classes in computer science.
Landing a job can be tough at times. It is very important to have skills outside of your field and be open to learning new skills.
When it comes to hiring people, the following factors come into play:
- Overall GPA
- Quality of Classes (not how many majors or minors you have)
- Quality of interview skills
I hope this helps! :)