Career Questions tagged College
hey, i am done with high school but i am confused on what career pathway to follow. I know i am made for social science related careers but still finding it difficult to choose between International relations and a foreign language or Anthropology and Communication studies with a minor in a foreign language or journalism
Hey, I'm planning on either majoring international relation, communication or English. But right now im in a crisis. Idk what I should major and which I should minor. But I want to do all 3. Or does anyone have a good suggestion to major in a field that is related to the above 3? And what are the most affordable colleges that do not require maths for entrance ? If anyone could answer me it'll be great!
I have a great spending problem. Everytime that I do save up $200 bucks or even more somehow I end up having to use that money for school , books for class or my friend needs financial help or it's just personal things I need to buy. I also have a phone bill to pay because I am currently living at home while I go to college . In the end I feel like I always up not having enough at the end of day . Is there a way I can save more money. I'm trying to save for a car and possibly move by next fall 2019. I don't know what to do or where to start . A budget plan or even some advice would be greatly appreciated . Thanks 😄
My question is how do I decide between two of my career interest. I am going to college now for cooking and I truly enjoy it so much . But on the other hand I also have another interest which is Psychology. My friends all come to me for nutrition advice , cooking advice , or life/relationship advice . I enjoy when my friends come to me with questions about food or life I light up because I'm excited to share my food knowledge and life experiences. For the few weeks I've been stuck between a rock and a hard place. Culinary is my thing . I can talk about food , nutritional facts , recipes and create weird recipes all day . My college offers 4 year degree for culianry but I'll have to learn about specialized diets and I always thought of cooking to be fun and without limits . So should I consider the 4 year for my bachelor's in Culinary Arts and Dietary Management?
What would you do if you loved your job but hated your work environment? Would you leave? How would you cope?
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