Hi! Well, am having a hard time deciding what exactly I want to do as a career after college so I was wondering if any of you took the general requirements route during the first two years in college? Was it helpful and did you eventually find the right career for you? What I really (really) dont want is have a job after my college degree and do it solely because I have to in order to pay my bills or something. I want something I will enjoy doing.Would you recommend the general requirements route for someone in my shoes or just pick whatever seems interesting?Thanks in advance! :)
ps- I just turned 20 and am starting community college this fall.
I think the general requirement route would be a good idea for you, at least until you get a better idea of what you want to do and what the requirements for that major are. You don't want to find out when you get to university that only one or two of your classes will count toward your four-year degree, and you'll have to spend extra time doing boring catch-up work.
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