Should students take a career path that will guarantee income or a career path in which they have interest ?
I have two study interests and one of them is less promising than the other. I think this is an important decision to make about one's career.
In addition, the thought process of "I want to do this but..." are similar thoughts from a lot of adult clients I work with like "I want to choose this field but my family wants me to do this instead," so there are a lot of conflicting feelings and decisions. Also, one should never "starve for their craft/interest" which means that each person has to make a living wage when they work outside the home. In the event one has many interests to study and many things they want to do, this may be an opportunity for the entrepreneurial spirit to come in and look at ways to create a position that encompasses those many interests. This road takes lots of patience, time, and creativity among other things but in the end, this part may give a lot of joy professionally.
If you know that one of the career paths is not promising, you should go with the profession with more potential.
I hope this helps. Good luck!
Set yourself up to do what you enjoy and you will not need to worry about pay/cost.
This means that if you have a passion for something, you should plan on this in every aspect of your life. How much does you dream job pay? How can you live with in the means of your salary? What can you do to better your life outside of work? (This is important. You need to be comfortable and happy at home to be the same in your career.)
You will need to evaluate each decision you make to see if it can fit in your life. Everything from getting married and having kids to renting or buying a house. From college loans to streaming service bills.