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Ok, this is going to sound dumb, but it's my first year of college next year and I'm a little clueless about what I should do. As of right now, I'm a chemistry major. Except, I'm not sure what I can do with that.
I picked my major based on what I was good at in high school. I made mediocre grades all throughout school except in Chemistry, where I got straight 100's for all the six weeks.
What I really want to do in life is work in special effects for movies or work for Industrial Light and Magic or another similar company.
I guess what I'm asking is, what can I do later in life by majoring in chemistry? Should I switch majors? I'm relatively skilled in Photoshop and I know Maya. Where should I go from here.