Is there any degrees you can have to be able to do two careers. So you won’t have to do double collage?
Hi My name is tamiya H, a Junior at Booker T Washington. Who’s looking for help to have a Great future. #July #knowledge #college #help
I think it all depends on your interests and the field(s) you may want to pursue. In college, I thought I was going to go into Marketing - I loved the Marking Research Surveys, developing a marketing plan for a business, etc. - but then I soon realized that I wanted to stay in my hometown - where I grew up, where nearly four generations of my family have lived, and where I wanted to establish roots and continue to build off of my network. My business degree has allowed me to work in the non-profit sector now for more than twenty years - I've done work in grassroots legislative advocacy changing local, state, and federal laws/ordinances, I've done work in the health-related field, and now I'm in aging field. In addition, I do volunteer work with youth leadership - all things that I have used my business degree for in different ways.
I recommend you consider doing some job shadowing of career(s) you may be interested in, doing some volunteer work, research the area(s) of interest to you, and to network in the area(s) you want to head towards. It's great that you're starting now and thinking about it - rather than trying to figure it out later. Your more generalized degrees will likely be more used in more areas than if you go with a more specialized degree.
I hope that helps!
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Which ever path you decide to take for your studies you first need to make sure this is something that you would not mind doing for your entire career. There are many degree fields that can be used in many different industries that would not require you to do the same thing in either one of them. But again we go back to making sure you find something that you enjoy doing in life and what makes Tamiya happy.