When you know, you know, you know?

It took me a great amount of pain, frustration, and tears to find out what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.

Trying to make such an important decision at the age of 18 should actually be a sin.

I am sure I am not the only student who came into school thinking they knew what they wanted to major in and then take course for said major and be completely wrong.

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When I first came to school in 2013, I thought I wanted to go into pharmacy. Boy, was I wrong. I for one hate science courses so there was my first clue.

I then got with my counselor and we decided to try business courses. Moral of the story, that was a fail, too. I never liked math and I still do not.

At this point, I thought maybe nothing in the world interested me. I would just drop out now and go work at home. Little did I know that one friend could change my perspective on communication.

I always knew I wanted to be working with people and the public, I just never knew I could make a career out of it.

Public Relations has been the best thing that has happened to me in awhile. I have never been more excited for my future and the possibilities that come along with this major.

I guess what I am trying to say is that finding the career that is best for you is a feeling of relief.

You just know it!

“Find out what you like doing best, and get someone to pay you for it.”- Katharine Whitehorn

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