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Nicole Olivia Jackson

I was in the same boat. I would say ask people in different fields that interest you to see what they think about their job. Look at courses that you already took and see if there is a major that relates to your interests. If you find something, ask the department advisor for information. This way, you can see what career options are possible. Also look at career services office on campus. They can help and give you resources to help with your career path.

Jimmy is right as well, make sure you volunteer! This is a great way for you to explore options and network your skills to others.


Good luck!

Answered 3 years ago

Nicole Olivia Jackson
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Jimmy Tam Huy Pham

Volunteer at a clinic or office that is remotely interested to you. You will soon learn what field you like or do not like. Don't hang out at a place for too long. As soon as you know 'in your gut' that this is not something you want to do, get out and find something else that you're interested in.

Answered 3 years ago

Jimmy Tam Huy Pham