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What College Major is Right for Me?

what college major is best for me?

Not sure that you’re in the right college major?  Here’s the scoop. About 75 percent of recent college graduates (classes of 2006 - 2010) say they didn’t put near enough consideration into choosing their major, and half of these said they should have chosen a different major altogether.

Hoping the future will work itself out after college? Don’t bet on it.  At least 70 percent of college-educated mid-career professionals say they still don’t know what they want to be when they grow up.  Seriously, just ask your parents. Career choice by trial and error is too expensive and rarely pans out.

The good news is you can do something about it.

What to do?  Discover what your best at.  Why?  There’s too much to choose from out there.  You can confidently narrow down your career choices by learning what career fields come most naturally to you.

What’s a practical step you can take?  Talk to your parents about getting professional career aptitude testing to assess your innate strengths and weaknesses. Innovative career direction guidance is available to help you match your natural talents to career fields and subject areas that best fit your natural abilities and personality traits.

Click below to download a short article from CareerFocus magazine, Assess Your Assets, which offers a free quiz to help you take the first step toward making smart choices for your college education and career path.

Download article [PDF]:   >> CareerFocus_Summer 2011

What are my talents?  >> Careerfinder Program

Find my career path:  >> What should I do with my life?


One Comments

  1. actually, One of the things I feel most dissatisfied about when I think of my choice of college major is listening to other people tell me what I’m good at and pushing me into that instead of doing what I wanted to do to help me decide instead. I think it would have been much smarter to go to a community college and get transfer credits while thinking about my major instead of rushing into whatever other people push me into because it’s faster. I wanted to go to the community college first, but I wasn’t allowed. I’d much rather pay for college myself than go through losing my free will.