Choosing the Right Degree
As the school year starts, many new seniors are beginning to invest their time discovering what they’d like to pursue in college. This can be a difficult, confusing road for many students. www.grad...
schoolhub.com has created an infographic entitled “Choosing the Right Degree”, outlining different fields of study, along with factors like money, faculty, and quality of life, to help people find a degree (And a field) that can keep them on the road to success.
We’ve all heard the adage, “If you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life”, and for many, this rings true. When someone finds their calling, and succeeds in it, the rewards are neverending. It’s important to find what you are passionate about, and study it.
If you are an outdoor adventurist, or someone who enjoys working alone, consider studying to become a farmer, machinist, becoming involved with animals, or a forester.
If you are more statistically minded, fields like a biologist, physicist, or astronomer may be right up your alley.
For those that consider themselves more creative types, studying a field like an animator, musician, or interior designer.
Many people are born communicators. If you’re a social butterfly, careers like a social worker, probation officer, or a teacher may very well be your true calling.
Businesses are born, and businesses die, every day. Many people are intrigued by the life cycle of businesses and are interested in discovering how they work. If this sounds like you, consider studying to become a general manager, legislator, or a manager.
Some want to take the conventional path in life. These born-organized people may find deep satisfaction in becoming an accountant, loan officer, or librarian.
Even the most far-reached college dreams can be attainable. There are financial-aid resources to help everyone, such as scholarships, grants, loans, and employer-based aid. Another way to save money on your college education is to take online classes, which are usually a fraction of the cost.
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