What's Your Path?
By Jared Lawrence Grier
Many students feel unnecessary pressure put on them by teachers, parents and even the students themselves. Some students are incorrectly informed that if they are unsure of their career and goal for life, you are going to go down a treacherous spiral in life, ultimately leading to failure.
However, in my personal opinion, I believe this is merely false. Likewise, many instructors put the idea in the youth of today’s mind, stating that if they do not attend college, they as well, will fail. These misconceptions that school leaders engrave in student’s head makes them confused, let down, demotivated, and makes the scholars unsure of what to do. Tips and evidence strongly disproving these theories will help you make the right decision on what to do.
Stumbling on choosing the right path to take after high school can be frightening and an indecisive situation. There are so many options, so many worries, and so many doubters. Fortunately, there is a simple task you can do, and that task is to sit down and and to actually think about your future. Primarily, there are two types of careers. Creative or Academic. The following list includes different fields in each category. In this article, I’m going to mainly be focusing on the creative side.