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Does taking a bunch courses that interests you guarantee a career later on? or is it a waste of time?

I graduated as a nurse 3 years ago and have my license but I don t personally like it. My parents suggested it because I didn t know what to do with my self after high school. So i ve been trying to find different career paths all the while researching what exactly i m getting into and most of them don t have a positive feedback. Saying that "investing in a college is a waste of time" or something like that.

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A career is never garunteed but that does not mean it is a waste of time. If nothing else seems to be working just try it out. You don't have to have your life planed out like: these classe then this degree then this job then this...

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