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Career Questions tagged Whatdoido

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charlie Jul 14 183 views

How do I quit band when I'm in middle school?

I have tried sending an email to my band director, yet he seems not to want to even after I stated in the email that I do not want to take band anymore because it has become something I really don't enjoy as much as I did when I first joined. Should I email our principal? I'm really not sure.

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Giselle May 24 254 views

What is the hardest part about choosing a career? Do you have any regrets?

I am in the 8th grade and have been exposed to topics like college. I like math and science and I'm worried about making the wrong decision for a career path.

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sokar Apr 07 159 views

what do i need to be an Austronaunt. I am confused of what to study or what fields to focus on.?

i just want info on what type of gpa i would need for scholorships what fields to go after and how can i make my college resume look good for future refrence as i am just going into high school.

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Shannon Apr 04, 2018 637 views

If I am torn between three jobs I want in life, how do I choose one over the others?

PA, psychologist, or FBI agent #torn #hardchoice #whatdoido #medicine #PA #criminal-justice #psychology

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Cole Jan 18, 2018 766 views

Should I double major to give myself more options, or should I save time and stress?

I am a very hard worker and will do anything to get my work or job done however, I am also a person to get very overwhelmed and stressed out because of it. Would double majoring be worth my time and stress or should I try to stick to one major?

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Aalijah Jan 16, 2018 758 views

How do you choose the right career?

I wanted to become a surgeon since I was little, but as I got older, I also found an interest in both music and engineering. I want to choose the right career for myself, but I don’t know how.
#surgery #engineering #music #whatdoido #passion

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Grace Jan 14, 2018 800 views

When deciding on what colleges to go to, what should take precedent- what you want to study or where the university is?

I've heard that college is about a lot more than the education aspect, that it's learning to live on your own and explore yourself as a person. Also, the majority of people end up switching majors anyway while still in college, so I'm wondering what should be weighed more: the university as a...