Maria Lita’s Answer
I am not sure why people discourage people about their pursuit to a career path. "You won't find a job" is not encouraging, but rather inappropriate.The fact that you made a decision to major in business is you feel that is your interest, or passion, or your strength. Being a major in business myself and a career advisor as well, I can tell you pursuing a job right after college was not a problem at all. Courses taken in business are transferable skills applicable to other industries other than in business field, For example, my first job was Teller in a bank, then Sales Rep, then Flight Attendant! Having learned and understood the human relations management, customer service skills, computer and office technology skills, etc-made me qualify for the jobs! Later on, I moved to teacher position - teaching in higher education, and currently Associate Director in Career Services in a College. Business major students have a wide array of choices, whether in health and wellness, hospitality, IT, finance, etc. Seek and you will find it.
Dont get me wrong that these came easy, but with my patience, hardwork, perseverance, and focus to better myself, I did it! So again, it is all up to you to make it! Anyone who challenge, face the challenge and prove them wrong if this is the resolve that you want to pursue!
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