Right now I am in my last year of my undergrad degree in International business/public administration. I am trying to figure out what path to take as far as my career goes. I'm not sure if I should go to grad school or wait for that. I am a military spouse, so it can be difficult to have a career but I am wondering what I could do. Right now I work for a financial planning company on the administrative team, so maybe finance would be the way to go. I don't know. I'm also interested in law/government/politics, but I'm just not sure. I just need someone to talk to about all of this and some advice. It would be greatly appreciated!
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Congratulations on how far you've come as an individual! I think the first step in finding the path that best fits you is choosing something that suits your identity and character. School should be used to aid in who you already identify yourself as, your skill sets, and abilities. Many people make the mistake of trying to find an their identity through school which in some cases causes friction when certain careers and industries try to bring out something in you that shapes or makes you feel uncomfortable. I can go on, but get some feed back. God Bless you!
Well, what hasn't already been accomplished! Congrats. I have two pieces of advice for you.
First, make sure you are being challenged with all the talent that you have.
Second, make sure the talent that you have is filled with integrity.
These two stepping stones will bring you to the third stepping stone right into the next career of your choice. God bless you.