Career Questions tagged Decisions
Is it better to invest into a business in order to be able to create your own company, after you complete your service for the military or go to college to earn a degree?
I am 18 years old and would want to join the navy for a minimum of 5 years, but I haven't exactly decided on what to do when I return back from the navy. I would like to invest into the stock market and crypto but I need to learn more about it, In order to invest and to be fully aware of...
I have an offer that expires before I get a final decision from other summer programs. What are my options and what should I do?
Good news: I've received an offer for a physics REU at the University of Arkansas! Bad news: I need to respond by Feb 26th, even though final decisions from other REUs, national labs, and NASA come in early March. What are my options? I've already asked if my application review could be...
I’m an upcoming senior in high school and I’m starting to seriously consider my future path. My issue is that my interest in the preforming and fine arts outweighs much of anything else, and From what I know those Aren’t fields that often get paid very much. I enjoy designing and drafting so I...
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?
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I would like to know when I have to make my choice about which college I will attend. #decisions
I'm thinking about going to Full Sail University but I've heard the cons about it as well, such as high tuition rates, blacklisting students, its for-profit, accelerated courses, and nontransferable credits. #career #decisions
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Going into college I feel confident in what I am majoring in, yet I know it is common to switch majors. Do the majority of people feel like this can be a overwhelming experience? What makes people decide to switch their major?#decisions #findyourpath #choosingamajor
What are the signs and or characteristics of good decisions?
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I'm not sure if I want to major in bioenvironmental sciences or forensic sciences or even something else. Is it best to go undeclared? Or should I double major or pick one to minor in and one to major in?
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Is it better to keep doing what you’re good at or to challenge yourself with something out of your comfort zone?
Throughout all of my life, I’ve always gotten stuck at forks in the road: one pathway appearing to be safe and pleasant, and the other looking more like the depths of Hell. The sloth in me is always tempted to just take the easiest paths; however, this doesn’t often lead to the self-growth that...
I am interested in pursuing a career in STEM. I have enjoyed the my chemistry labs and I'm wondering what other factors to consider if I decide chemistry is the field I want to focus my studies/career on? #decisions #career-path #chemistry #science #stem
Most people claim their decision to enroll in a certain college was completely their own. But is this accurate? How much of an influence do you think counselors, family members, friends, and/or money have in their decision? Are there other factors that may indirectly influence their decision?...
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