Reflection #4

Reflection #4 - Reflection #4 Elliot Waniek Applying to...

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Unformatted text preview: Reflection #4 Elliot Waniek Applying to colleges was very exciting during my senior year of high school. However, the most difficult part of applying for me was picking which major I wanted to apply in. I had no idea what I wanted to do or what direction I wanted to move towards as an 18-year-old student still enrolled in high school. My parents, both being economics majors in college, encouraged me to apply for economics and business in nearly all the schools I applied to. As Britt Andreatta reinforced what I had already thought, Most students and their families rightfully believe that a person who earns a bachelors degree has more employment opportunities than a person who does not (Andreatta, 2011). It was soon after this was I talking to my neighbor about how she majored in political science at UCLA, which to a lot of people is considered an easy major, and then went on to law school at USC to become a successful attorney shortly after. When she told me this it finally hit me that wow, I can basically do whatever I want in college and it could not...
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Reflection #4 - Reflection #4 Elliot Waniek Applying to...

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