If I chose College, I would have to choose which majors I would get, and the three I would choose are Engineering, Chemistry, or Math. All three are very versatile and can give me more options for employment out in the field.
The first major I decided upon was Engineering. Engineering can be used in many different jobs, from the digital designer to the architect. Being an engineer allows you to build things that take skill to make or create very interesting designs like and octagon-shaped house with triangular rooms and an inner courtyard, or a house shaped like a pirate ship and a garage looking like a covered dingy.
Speaking of interesting, Let’s move on the the second major, Chemistry. Chemistry is interesting in a way that’s very appealing to me, namely, in the form of a tiny mushroom cloud emanating from two smoking vials. I find that the mixing of chemicals and the result are satisfying.
Satisfying isn’t always enough though. Sometimes the job requires Math, the third choice. Sure, I don’t like it, but I’m good at it, and can you think of any job that does not require Math? I can’t. therefore a degree in Math will not do much but it’ll prepare you for the long years of math to come.
For all their usefulness, these degrees don’t cover everything – the rest you have to work it out over time using experience and knowledge. That’s it, and if any of you can think of a job that does not require math, please let me know down in the comments.