Seconded.Croup said:[do] not do anything because you're "supposed to."
What are you getting your degree in?dirkdig said:I'm going through my senior year of college, and have no idea what I want to do after I graduate. Can anyone give me advice on how they narrowed down potential career paths?
It's a good choice unless you have a family or a girlfriend or a life.Evil Conservative Inc said:If you can't figure it out, join the Navy. Give them 4 years as an ossifer, soo the world, kill strange and new people and after that, when you have your head properly screwed on right, you'll know what to do.
That doesn't mean all jobs are bad; that means you suck at choosing a career.dondrei said:I figure I'm going to hate any job I do so
Are you doing any writing now, for your school or community paper? If you think it might be interesting, jump in and try it out now. I have journalist friends who got their start this way, and they're every bit as successful as anyone who went through a J-school after getting the BA.LonghornRob said:Let me know when you find a good answer. I'm a junior with an English major and I'm not sure what to do, except maybe be a sports journalist.
No, I just don't see how I could like any job apart from the attached payslip. I mean, doesn't job satisfaction depend on you feeling that what you're doing is worthwhile? That pretty much rules out any job satisfaction for me.DurfBarian said:That doesn't mean all jobs are bad; that means you suck at choosing a career.
DurfBarian said:The rest of the world is going to suck even more when you learn that the high-paying jobs you're interested in doing for a little while only go to people who are driven and genuinely interested in what they entail. :badteeth: