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That is a great update, @LBad96 !! Lots of kids do better in college after the first year or two, and sounds like you will be one of them. (will you be a soph or Jr, I forgot). Employers will like that. Sounds like you have some good goals, and interesting majors, and that in itself is motivating! Keep sight of your own goals and work hard, that is what matters!
Best of luck to you this summer and next school year!
@GoatMama I say don't do it unless you *love* NYC. Where would you live? In the city or suburbs? Both are very expensive. I would find it sooo hard to give up a 15 min commute. I don't think you will be ahead financially unless you are adding a *huge* amount for salary. Plus it's a lot of stress at 50+...the trains, subways, walking all over, etc.