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Paul Dziadik

To answer this question I would suggest that You list the majors that you think you are interested in and look into each of those majors more deeply! You may find something you didn't know! Also you may or may not want to start with an interest that is general or specified! You may or may not be able to be be ACCEPTEDinto all the colleges that yo apply for, so see what comes back and work with that!!
PAUL

Answered 2 years ago

Paul Dziadik
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Paul Dziadik

This sounds like you have already begun to choose your major! =) Your major should be something of interest to you! Because it is something that will stick with you for the rest of your life! So ask yourself what you find interesting! Another thing I can suggest is LOCATION! Ask yourself if you would like to work in your current location or somewhere else. Because that may or may not be where the type of work your looking for is available!
Paul

Answered 2 years ago

Paul Dziadik
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Sherri Homanko

You can always go into college undecided and wait to choose your college major. Usually mostly all of your 1st year of classes is general education classes that don't fully dive into major specific requirements. What classes in high school interest you? Do you have any hobbies outside of school that you enjoy? Maybe you can discover a major that combines the two of them together. Also, attending college open houses is a good way to get information on majors.

Answered 3 years ago

Sherri Homanko
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Nicole Smith

I would encourage you to choose a field that you love. Spend some time exploring your passion to see if that's where you can see yourself building a career. Keep in mind that you can change your mind later.

For instance, I started out in Management Information Systems. I hated it, so I went into Logistics before I settled on my final major, which was Marketing. However, less than 2 years out college, I started working in Human Resources, and I've been in this field every since.

Choosing your major is important, but remember there is no wrong answer. You are very smart to focus on the fields that have strong growth opportunities, and you can use your skills and interests to narrow the list down from there.

Answered 3 years ago

Nicole Smith