Mostly affordability and location, both of which I sorta regret?? I really wished I could've shot for the stars and had the money to move far, but I don't believe in pulling out student loans (I did once, and it's amazing how schools will push you to pull out loans without going through the details that will majorly affect how much interest you have to pay- i.e., compounded daily, verses, monthly, quarterly, etc., and when you ASK to speak to a financial aid counselor at the university- they basically tell you no one's there to talk to you- so you either pay for class or you lose your spot). Yeah- I learned the hard way. Not that I had a choice when it's pretty urgent- and that's considering it was a two and a half-hour traffic drive to and from, if I was lucky.
It was between going to school in the east coast or home - Have always dreamt of living in the east coast however after making a pro vs con list -
I opt to stay home due to the fact that my mom misses me dearly ( I’m an only child to a single mother ) and the university that I was accepted to was more prestige and has a higher rating of students getting employed after graduation . I studied political science at Santa Clara University ( same school that Gavin Newsom went to ) . A part of me will always wonders what would happen if I were to go to school in NYC - however even if I were to be able to turn back time / I wouldve made the same decision. Met my partner my freshman year of college - had many fun adventures with my besties from high school , traveled a lot with my entp father and whenever my head hurts I was able to take a flight down to San Diego to see my esfp cousin - highly doubt I could afford that if I were to be living in New York .
I had a training this morning about managing others during Covid-19. The instructor kept saying things like we should check in on our team individually via conference calls, talk to them more and such. As an ISTJ, this kept making me a bit unbelieving, because it's not really how I approach...
Be it MBTI, socionics, enneagram, or whatever system you favor: Is the job that you are currently employed at one that is recommended for your type? (Example: an INTP working in I.T., an enneagram 2 as a teacher, an ISFP artist, etc.) The obvious follow-up question being: Do you like what you...
So far I've just been going onto the usnews rankings and exploring from the top down.. if i find one that interests me I read the description in the Fiske college guide and then I search "___ university pros cons" and then (in light of quarantine) and if it still seems good I search if they're...
everyone seem to hop on the bookworm bandwagon when they hit 18
but me i actually read a lot of books, some are educational, in my teens, and only stopped reading completely when i went to college, and everyone is like “you dont read books what a dumb bitch” :rolleyes:
I’m studying my final year of psychological science and I’m wondering where this degree will take me.
I don’t really mind whether it’s negative or positive, just want to hear some stories of where people ended up afterward as a general predictor of where I want to go