i am vey confused til now about which career to choose
i want to pursue my career in commerce.
but seeing lots of options i always get confused
i am good at studying and i want something like less investment and more returns in future.while advising please discuss pros and cons for what you suggest career
It's good to be confused. We all were confused at some point in time. But I would like to understand, what do you mean by less investment and more returns? Is this only in terms of money or also in terms of hard work?
If it's about money and if you are worried about high tuition fees, then your best bet would be to study at a Govt. funded college and university. And that is applicable no matter what stream you choose.
But let that not be the only criteria while choosing a career.
Have you heard about the Japanese concept of Ikigai? I suggest that you learn about it. In summary, find something that would come at the intersection of "what you are good at", "what you love", "what you can get paid for" and "what the world needs"! Once you find that sweet spot, there is no looking back. Don't worry about money, it will automatically flow. But the key is to love what you do for a living. That should be your driving force behind choosing a career.
So, please, think about it. We are human beings and not robots, so making investment and returns the only criteria may not hold good for you in the long run. No, I do not intend to say, it's not important, of course, it is. But there are other things that should be given priority, in my humble opinion. I have seen people choosing a high-flying career with money as the only motivation and then repent their choice as they were stuck with no alternatives mid-way in their career (10 years down the line).
So, it's important to find your true calling! Best wishes!
Chiranjib recommends the following next steps:
All of these may be in different industries. Also, you are correct that studying and working can be very different.
You can explore more on the industries that need Commerce talent and how they work. You can also speak to the people who work in the industry (if you know any one) or seek advice from the career office in your school. They can give you some advice.
Also, you can change if you find the job does not suitable to you.
Hope this helps! Good Luck!