How do i decide between different careers?

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I know that I have a lot of time to decide, but I would like to know what I want to do so that I can plan the next three years of high school accordingly. Since you have good options ahead of you, choose one and decide to make the most of any choice you make. I still have time to decide, but my school has classes for both and with my schedule I would only have space to focus on one. An alternative is that you choose to gain experience in one and trust that the experience will give you the feedback you need to decide if it is the right path.

Read on to learn how to decide between two jobs, including the red flags you should consider and the factors you should weigh before accepting the offer. I am 16 years old and just after 2 years I would have to decide what field I would have to study in at university. On the other hand, dancing is something that I have wanted to do for some years, but I have always decided at the last minute not to continue with my dance education, this is because the industry is too competitive or the subject is not academic. I have no idea how to decide, because I don't want to be afraid of not having enough money in the future, but I think I would like hairdressing more.

But that's not my main problem. I've already decided on my core courses and career paths, but I'm stuck between two. I had decided on a career in law or psychology based on the suggestion of two different friends because I had the skills and interest in both. I love German as a language, it's among my favorites, but I can't decide if it will make me happy in the long term.

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