Great question! I graduated from college a little over a year ago, and at the time, I felt the same sense of indecision you’re feeling. To my surprise, once I entered the workforce I learned most career paths aren’t always as clear cut as I thought. My college major helped me find a role that I enjoyed, but I didn’t let it limit me. In my case, I majored in advertising and marketing. While I originally started my job in marketing and communications, about a year later, I’m on a team focused on corporate social impact and purpose. I use many of the skills I learned in college in my role, but others on my team had different college majors or started in a different field. There are some careers that require more schooling than others, such as going into a medical field or becoming a lawyer for example. However, if you’re hoping to start working right after college, you may not need to worry so much about picking the perfect career. Once I started work, I was able to let go of that career path image I had in my head and instead pursue opportunities I found interesting and thought I could learn from.