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Thread: Getting closer to graduation..... Still confused

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    I am nearing graduation and still don't know what I want to do.
    Many of us have been there. My take: It doesn't really matter. Just use your education to get into the work force. The more work experience you have, the better you will be able to guess at what you really want to do.

    Folks change jobs/careers all the time.

    Good Luck...

    Joe

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    Really graduating college now without any type of internship isn't a good idea. This advice is probably a little late for you but whats important is job experience you get during school. Grades really arn't that important unless you plan on going to grad school. Whats important is landing an internship while your in school. What gets you the internship though is usually good grades. But just graduating college with a semi decent GPA isn't going to help you very much.

    So my advice is, if u can get a job do it. if you find yourself not finding any type of employement you may want to go back for some courses and try to get an internship.
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    A lot of people don't know!

    Hey Human,

    I just saw this post. A lot of people go to college not knowing what they really want to do. I had a few friends that just picked a major at random without putting a lot of thought into it.

    I myself have an accounting degree and honestly thought that I wanted to be a CPA until I got my first accounting job. I hated it from day one and 18 months later I quit.

    I have not held an accounting position since then. You mentioned that you were getting a business degree. I think that is a very good degree to have. It isn't so specialized that you are locked into more or less one thing.

    You will have a lot of different options out there with that degree. It may take you a few jobs before you find your passion, but in time you will.

    Good luck to you!
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