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I'm a junior in High School this year. College will arrive in a blink of a eye and yet I still have no clue what I'm going to major in, what college is best for me, and what accomplishments do I want from my life.
My mother, however, wants me to stay at the local community college for 2 years, and then transfer to a university, yet I'm not really fond to that idea. Sure, it will probably saves like thousands of money, but I dislike the place I live badly. I just can't wait to get outta of here.
My goal of life is to travel around world, and the only one I know that could help me do that is to maybe join the tourism career, but then that comes to my biggest problem: CAN I MAKE A LIVING OUTTA OF IT? (I know about Flight attendances as well, but it's not a guarantee) You would need to know a lot of stuff while in the Tourism career; countries' history, able to speak different types of languages, and the list goes on and on.
I know that there isn't a such thing as "working 3 hours and get paid like $20 an hour" & I'm not saying that I was looking for something like that, but I don't want to spend 4 years in college studying a major that I could be jobless after graduate.
I do have interests and such; like music, cartoons, photography, computers, dances and math, but they are not something that I do greatly on.
I was wondering if there was a major that's very likely to get a job once you're outta of college, or maybe can even get a job during college and I was wondering if some of you guys can give me some opinions about it.
I have been thinking about Business related majors; like hotel management and Computer related majors.