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10969 No. 10969 [Edit]
I feel like I'm digging a hole for myself. I have a job now. 3 months and counting. I've been getting paychecks. Very happy, now I can order figures of my waifu, etc etc.

Now I hate working. It's a pain. Shitty hours. Strict boss. Painful manual labor. Time to quit.

That's my plan. But now I don't know what to do. Do I continue studying, in hopes that my "career" gets me a job that I can actually do? An easy, fun, tons of money job? I can't even kill myself since I have such a figure collection that I'm actually scared for their sakes (after I'm dead, what happens to them?). I'm thinking either a fire or explosion would do the trick, so I can "take them" with me. But that's a pain as well.

What I'm trying to say is that... I don't even know what I want to major in. My first work experience is a fucking pain and I don't know if I have the will to continue for such horrible pay. Is every job like this? Can I really continue on with my dream to live by myself, work an easy job, and come home to play games all day? How long will it be until I'm in the red and forcing myself to work another really shitty job again?

Too many questions, I have no idea the answer to.
>> No. 10970 [Edit]
> An easy, fun, tons of money job
No such thing.

I would major in something I enjoyed, if I were you... but I'm not exactly a picture of success.
>> No. 10972 [Edit]
That's Schierke, right?
>> No. 10973 [Edit]
If you go back to school, just study what you enjoy.

Work sucks, so at least it'll open the doors to work in an area you can tolerate more.
>> No. 10975 [Edit]
I too faced considerable uncertainty with regards to my major. I ended up changing majors two years in a row, effectively wasting that time and money. It is hell. Avoid this.

How to avoid this? Do research. The more you know about the major and careers which it leads to, the better you'll know whether you like it or not. Do a google search on 'a day in the life of a *', read wiki and textbooks about the subject, watch youtube videos, hell maybe even ask a professor or someone working in the field if you can muster up the courage.

And once you do pick something, fucking stick to it. Don't be wishy washy, you've fucking picked it now so devote yourself to it. If you're having second thoughts you probably don't like it that much/still don't know enough about what its like.

Yeah it is.
>> No. 11046 [Edit]
Not all jobs are completely horrible. If you want to change your course, make a plan and stick to it.

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