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hannah924 asked:

14 Dec 2009

Should I follow my heart or be practical when money is involved?

Being a junior my school is making us try to figure out what we want to be when we grow up. I am such a passionate singer but I'm also smart. Not too smart, just a b student in my accelerated classes. Basically its either medical science or musical theater/singer. Which would be better?

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auri

auri says:

Posted on 14 Dec 2009

Well, in this economy its horrible to make money...



think of which one you would have more joy in doing and making enough money to live off of as well.



Im into Arts video/audio technology for acting and drama, and lemme tell yah...its so much fun!



Dont go into it all expecting to become a famous actress, but if you enjoy doing it, maybe join plays and stuff but still keep a job that you can live off of.



Have fun with whatever you decide to do (:

xx

fulltimepinklady

fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 15 Dec 2009

go to school and get a degree in something practical while pursuing your dreams of singing. you dont want to get screwed in your singing career and have nothing to fall back on. you can do both-but i would work on getting the degree while your young because its very hard to go back to school once your older and not that age anymore

ctl888

ctl888 says:

Posted on 15 Dec 2009

I would pick something more realistic and practical. I mean you can pick being a singer/ theater but are you thinking about going Julliard? You need to pick something you are interested in. You want to pick something you are passionate about. Medical science is a good field but which part are you interested in because it is sooooo broad.

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 15 Dec 2009

you would be surprised how much nurses make about as much as i do : P



and traveling nurses make oodles!



and you'd be surprised what you end up being.



i was planing on being a teacher when i was in school, i took all sorts of arts classes too cause i was good a drama, painting, and singing. and i loved that. when i got out of school i started working at walmart and i just kept pushing off going to college and i ended up moving around because of guys that i 'loved' lol



after about 8 job changes i'm now a dog groomer i never thought about a job like that but it's awesome (kinda gross sometimes) but i make anywhere from 35-45 bucks an hour and i work a full work week



and i live in a great town as before i would never have lived somewhere so nice : P



i would not worry too much but take some artsie classes now like drama and be in school talent shows. and when college comes all the first few classes are the same so plan on one of the more money things but try to fit in a few artsie classes to just cover your bases : P

ahroarah

ahroarah says:

Posted on 22 Dec 2009

only you can figure this out. nobody on here can decide for you. all i am going to tell you is this: i didn't want to go to college, but as my senior year was ending, i hadn't applied to any college because i was waiting. i filled out the application, and that same moment, i heard about paul mitchell opening a beauty school an hour away from my home. now, i am enrolled at the reno academy, a paul mitchell partner school, and i am VERY happy.

bottom line: follow your heart. in the end, money won't matter. happiness will.

hannah924

hannah924 says:

Posted on 15 Dec 2009

Well I was thinking chiropractor but that takes 8 years. So maybe a doctors assistant because that just takes 4 years.

ctl888

ctl888 says:

Posted on 15 Dec 2009

Those are both good fields! Being a P.A is a great job. I have a friend that finished their P.A degree. And they love it!

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