||[Aug. 13th, 2006|05:35 pm]
The Question Club
I'm a freshman in college, Dutchess Community College, to be exact.|
I'm currently in the BAT transfer program.
I'm lost as to what I want to do when I graduate college, and yes I'm transfering, most likely to a SUNY.
I'm awful at math, pretty good at History, and I have no artistic talent, at all.
I'm willing to work my ass off, if it pays off in the long-run.
Also my Conservative/Rep. father thinks I should be an accountant, which sounds boring to me.
My question: What are some good careers for people with a business focus?
I need to buy a car.
I've saved up about 2000$ from working, and stuff.
I'm thinking about taking out a loan, and buying something pre-owned, or brand new, but on the lower end, such as a Toyota, Saturn, or a Ford.
However I'm horribly scared of not being able to pay it off.
What would you do in my case?
I need a new job, pretty badly. I work at Macy's, and they have this new thing where they're cutting back on hours, and I make minimum wage, and I refuse to work full-time at a place that depresses me that badly. I mean, I will if I have to, but I'm going to have a hard time with school full time in the fall.
I'm looking for like an office type job, where I wouldn't have to work a lot of weekends, and I could keep Macy's for the weekends.
I also can't waitress due to a hearing impairment.
Can you think of any jobs that would be good for a college student?