please don't ask anyone else for this guidance. each person that tells you about a career which depends on what their level of understanding/ IQ is and what their reach is.
you have to self examine yourself.
what you like. what you can do. what will pay you. and find the one thing that's common in all this and then decide a career.
been trying to do so for quite sometime, but covid +family perception made me doubt myself... to the point, now I dont.... idk how to put the feelings into words
the only family opinion you need to consider is the financial one as you are dependent on them for the course fees.
rest. it's your career, it's something you're going to do yourself. choose for yourself.
Could you elaborate more on what two streams you are thinking of? Also what is the confusion about?
also find a mentor.. someone elder that knows you, your strength, weaknesses and your abilities. if you're unable to decide.. ask help to such a person.
I'm aware of that, that's why if my course is going to be expensive one, I'll take student loans for half fees,
@lonelyrabbiy - I'm a pcmb student, very analytical person in general, my dream was to pursue meds from aims d, but lockdown + delay in starting 11th....made me doubt myself... (some credit goes to my family too) , also I'm into tech too.. I plan on learning coding, digital arts etc in future (more like hobby) , recently business is something which excites me, it's quite interesting to see how things work here..
@recovering babe - I lack that kind of person in my life... it has always been me.... trying to guide myself
@skylar ... I can totally relate to your situation as I myself have been in the same place. First and foremost you need to believe in yourself. Keep everything else aside. friends family everything. You don't have to figure out every thing right now. Best would be to make a pros and cons list of all the options you thought of. Include in the list, every single thing from interest to finance to return on investment in terms of job or employment
after you make your list discuss with people you know in a similar field. reach out to people in similar fields in quora or LinkedIn or Instagram.
ask them all your questions shamelessly
hope this helps
I did that, but they all are from different streams, duration of each course is diff also ROI differs... I mn in both cases... in med duration(long)+ fees (less) - but salary and hrs. will be more. in business fees (high) +duration(relatively less) - salary (high) +work hrs depends.
also, not everyone replies... a few of them did that to just once... neither of them are really happy where they are
You need to find the right passion. Where do you see yourself in the next 10 years? What would you be willing to do? What are the career options in the path you choose... think and decide. What matters is what you love
Don't choose too many career options for any reason, I'm experiencing the difficulty of choosing too many options. At your age I also had a lot of doubts and eventually I learned most of the things I wanted to but my career has not reached any place and I am now at a point where I am not satisfied with anything, so definitely bring your focus to one thing only.
If you are interested in medicine then focus only on that and think about everything else only after achieving that goal