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How do you know if your making the best decision possible for yourself?

I often find myself thinking what would have happened if I had picked another decision in my life which questioned if it was the best decision to make. #decision-making...



Active Mar 29 at 19:59

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Posted by Amiya G.
Carol Walker | System Admin | Tech Support | Keeping technology ... I don't believe there is one right answer to anything, and ...

How do I decide whether I should go to college out of state or in state?

I have been switching back and forth between going to college in state at UMKC or out of state in Texas, but it's pretty far from Kansas City and I won't know anyone there. I don't know which college in Texas to attend either. I've also been thinking about going to college in Atlanta, Georgia....

#decision-making #college


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:05

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Posted by Brieanna C.
Ashley Savageau | Community Relations Program Manager at Symantec Hi Brieanna, Well, the first thing I'd say is that typically ...

Should the amount of jobs available in a certain field help determine my major?

I was planning on majoring in anthropology because it sounds interesting to me, but there do not seem to be many available jobs in that field. #anthropology #college-major...



Active Apr 02 at 09:38

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Posted by Taylor C.
Bri Thomas | Lead Consultant Communications at AT&T Hi Taylor, That's a great question, and it really boils down ...

How do I prevent the temptation to go out every night while in college?

I know that college parties are a main factor in why students get kicked out. #college #decision-making...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:05

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Posted by Michaela B.
Monique Wirz | Me The 1st year is the year you really have to find ...

How do I know if I should transfer schools?

Im wanting to transfer to NYU, but how much will I gain if I transfer? How much does my undergrad really matter? #decision-making #academic-advising #college-transfer...



Active Dec 23 '17 at 12:42

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Posted by Cole W.
Chelsea Nunez | Audit Associate at PwC My sister was considering transferring from Pepperdine Law School to UCLA ...

Decide my major?

I am a junior student at U of I. My current major is civil engineering. However, i am interested in Programming lately, and lost my passion to engineering since the course started to focusing on memorizing content. Therefore, if i want to change my major, is it too late to do it? Or should i...

#decision-making #programming #college-major #civil-engineering


Active Sep 06 '17 at 23:56

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Posted by Wai Chuen C.
Steve Lewis | Assistant Vice President, Information Security Depending on how many courses you have left, you might need ...

Should I do art as a career or just as a hobby?

I'm a sophomore in high school and I am very interested in art. However, I also really enjoy other subjects like math and science. I wanted to know what the pros and cons would be of going to an art college and majoring in art. Also, what would be the pros and cons of focusing on something in...

#majors #decision-making #art #college-major #artist


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Sage K.
Holly Zzxxyzz | Professional Business Support/ IT, Networking Hello Sage, Great Question. Firstly, the great Math is a high ...

Does applying for Early Decision or Early Action help your chances?

I am a Junior in high school hoping to apply for colleges really soon. I know about early decision and early action but, what I do not know is does it help you get into colleges. Will the schools consider you more then others because you decided to apply early then normal? #college...

#early-action #early-decision #decision-making #college-applications


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:01

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Posted by Daniel Z.
Jenn Hatfield | Education Research Assistant It can help you, but if you're not qualified for admission ...

Would you choose this career if you could make the decision again?

My objective is to get into the medical field and I want to know if someone could change their career what would they choose. #career #career-choice #career-path #decision-making...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:01

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Posted by RS P.
Alicia Curley | Recruiter I think this is something a lot of people think about ...

How do you know the difference between risk taking and making rash decisions when choosing a college?

When looking at my college options, I understand that I have big dreams. I want to be a successful political journalist who attends a serious and respectable school. Looking back, I don't want to regret not pursuing oppurtunities and not taking risks. However, now I am in a cross road. Do I...

#university #decision-making #future #college #professional #risk-taking #dreams


Active Mar 22 at 18:07

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Posted by Mariya P.
Raven Quinones | Tutor at Varsity Tutors Hey Lovebug,So I can completely identify with the feelings you are ...

How do I know when i'm making the right college and career decisions?


Active Feb 25 at 08:07

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Posted by David H.
Wayne Fonville, MBA, CSCP | Proven IC Manager/Team lead/Project Manager/Data Analyst | Helping ... David, George has some great advice above. I would like to ...

How do you know if becoming an engineer is the right career field? What signs give assurance?

I am truly in love with math and science. Both of these topics come natural to me and I would like to pursue a career that uses both of these areas. I feel that engineering encompasses these two things, but I am unsure if it is right for me. My mom is an electrical engineer for both Consumers...

#decision-making #engineering #college #undecided #signs #stem-education #college-bound


Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:48

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Posted by Riki C.
Peter Sturtevant | Retired Civil Engineer Riki: I can't think of a specific moment where I suddenly ...

Which major would be more beneficial: Biomedical Engineering or Music Technology?

I love the STEM field and music, but I'm having a hard time choosing which major would be more beneficial in the long run. As well, after graduating from college, I would like to go into a career that I would enjoy, and not just do for the money. #science #college-major #technology #music...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Maxene W.
Lizette Tynan, CDA,RDA,RDH | Dental Hygienist Honestly, It is my opinion you need three things in life ...

What has your career done to help change your life for good? For the worse?

This is what I believe is crucial when choosing a career. Doing a job that pays a lot that you hate might not be as good as doing a job you love with lesser pay, and the way your career affects your life is a huge element to your overall drive and mindset. #career-choice #career-path...

#observational #public-relations #interactions #decision-making #experience #emotional


Active Dec 05 '17 at 09:43

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Posted by Eduardo H.
Elaine Sabra | Retired elementary teacher I was a teacher as I felt it was the most ...

Should I dual major?

I am a social work major and I am indecisive if I should dual major with health management. I want to have a back up plan in case if things don't go as planned in the real world but I don't know if taking more classes to complete the H.M major in the following semesters is a good idea....

#decision-making #college-major #socialwork #classes #college #dualmajor #health #backup #healthmanagement


Active Oct 13 '17 at 10:35

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Posted by Esmeralda M.
Alisha Powell | Social Worker and Therapist A lot depends on your end career goal. Social work is ...

If you're stuck between two career paths, how do you go about deciding on one of them?

I'm thinking about going into graphic design versus becoming a Pre-Med student. I love Biology, but I'm terrible at math and think I would do way better in an artsier career where I could let my right brain thoughts flow freely. My parents would definitely push me to go the Pre-Med path, even...

#decision-making #college-major #career-choice #pre-med #college #graphic-design #career-counseling #career-path


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Yuki L.
Fabiola Clayton | Education Program Manager I was like you: artsy. I really wanted to go to ...

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