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Ming Ming Liu

Your interest in creative endeavors and your strength in STEM can set you up well in entrepreneurship. I would recommend that you look into creative start up companies. One way is to read through Popular Science, Popular Photography, or other things that interests you, and see what (small) companies are mentioned. Research those companies a bit, and see if you foresee yourself doing that kind of work, and what kind of skill sets are needed to do that kind of work.

Since you are good at math and mechanics, I would strongly encourage you to study something technical. The core analytical fundamentals are more suitable for classroom learning.

The reason I mentioned small companies, is because smaller companies often allow you to be jack of all trades – freeing you from the “cubicle” drone atmosphere, even though you might still work in a cubicle.

Answered 4 years ago

Ming Ming Liu