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Hannah Ko

I would worry about finishing school and landing internships first. What you get your degree in and where you work can all be applied to whatever you want to do in the end. It's all about how you sell yourself. I graduated with a government and sociology degree with the intent of going to law school but decided to work in Student Affairs for a while and now I'm working in search engine marketing at a household name. Here are some more important questions for you to focus on: Does how much I make matter to me? What do I absolutely hate? What can I tolerate? What do I love? If you don't know the answer, don't fret. That's what electives and internships are for. And if you've had horrible experiences somewhere, be grateful that you know what your limits are and create goals away from that.

Answered 1 year ago

Hannah Ko