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Cesar Ramos Essay 5 ENGL 101 4/25/07 When I was little I always wanted to be a professional athlete and play baseball, basketball or something like that. To this day I want to be a professional baseball player but it is not an easy path to get there, and very few people make it to the end, so I came up with a backup plan. Threw my families influence on me, and my own interest I decided to go to college and get a college degree so that incase I don’t make it as a professional baseball player I will have a college degree and better yet an education to fall back on. Before I had gotten to college I thought it would be a good idea to get a degree in international business because I was bilingual and liked to travel to different countries and thought it would be cool to go away on all expense paid work trips. When I had gotten to college I still had the international business thing in my head and researched it a little bit. Two of my cousins had graduated with this degree and they are currently unemployed. Knowing this my parents did not want me majoring in this field, and I thought to myself if I was going to go threw four years of school and not be able to get a job after what would be the point. So after a long talk with my parents we came to the conclusion that I should major in accounting and be an accountant like my grandfather. I think this is a good idea because you can be an accountant anywhere in the world because it only involves numbers and there are people always looking for them
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because there is always money to be accounted for somewhere. There are lots of benefits
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  • Spring '07
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  • Academic degree, Bachelor's degree, Master's degree, Bachelor of Science, Licentiate, professional baseball player

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