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I'm approaching my 3rd year in college,and I still don't know what I want to major in? Help?
I've always wanted to pursue a Masters in Industrial and Organizational Psychology because I enjoy it (Avg. salary-- 100K+)
BUT, I've always been REALLY INTRIGUED and would absolutely love getting involved with the International world, business, relations, affairs, United Nations field, which I think Political Science is more appropriate for this, I think?
So, Should I major in for an undergrad: Psychology, Political Science, Journalism? What? I'm confused.
The University I go to has one of the best Psych programs in the country (Univ. of Minnesota-- Twin Cities), idk if I major in that will it look good when I decide to apply for a masters in Industrial Organizational Psych. If I don't go onto my masters right away and try to find employment, which one of these: Psychology or Political Science pays more (I know you can't really get nothing unless you have an advanced degree, but which one is more likely to be employable?) I think if I wanted to pursue a career in the United Nations and want to go back to my family's country to help open up businesses and improve the economy, the psychology degree would be useless? So should I go to graduate school for Political science or something like that? Thanks so much!