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Ken Simmons

Should You Go To College
https://medium.com/the-mission/high-school-is-over-should-you-go-to-college-b5b6db6f6712
Value of College
https://medium.com/the-mission/the-value-of-the-college-degree-is-crashing-heres-how-to-fix-it-cd7a1e116396
My Biggest Regret: Going to College
https://medium.com/the-mission/my-biggest-regret-in-life-going-to-college-ef2068f179cf

Answered 1 month ago

Ken Simmons
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Sara Santiago

It really depends on what your interests are. That is a pretty vague question. Think about the things you enjoy doing, aside from working with people. You work with people in almost any position, but what you should try to focus on your passions, what make you happy. If you are happy with what you are doing, it doesn't really feel like "work". There is this book I read in college by Paula Caligiuri, "Get a Life Not a Job". It really helped me narrow my focus on what I like doing. I went from wanting to be a pharmacist, to a police officer, to a military officer, and stumbled upon the Human Resources Management program at Rutgers. It took me 6 years of trials and errors and some intense soul searching to figure out that I want to, which is help people by mentoring them and hopefully guiding them, by telling my story. Hope this was some help! =)

Answered 3 years ago

Sara Santiago