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Having just graduated from my local community college this last June with my Associates degree, I'm about to jump into my "junior" year of college at PSU this fall ("junior" is in quotes because I finished CC through Running Start at 18). I'm pretty happy with where I am so far, and very excited for PSU this year. However, I have a dilemma: what do I major in?
Less than a month ago I was set in majoring in economics. However, after visiting the school and looking at all the programs, I've been set back to the three I was originally cycling between: economics, psychology, and sociology. I talked to an adviser there, and she suggested I look into the social science major. This has begun to look very promising, as it includes all of the fields I'm interested in. I would probably end up minoring in economics, since it would be good to have a focus.
However, I'm hesitant for one reason: jorbs. What can I do with a social science major? Would I be setting myself up for a life of scraping by on whatever low-paying job I can get? If there are any social science majors out there (or from one of the three above), it would be great to hear from you. I'd like to hear from anyone else with an opinion too! Thanks.