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sarajane14 asked:

10 Nov 2012

Politics or Teaching?

I'm not really sure if I want to go to college to be a teacher or get into politics. Which do you think is a better career? Politics sounds somewhat weird but I love love love politics. I also love teaching kids. I hate little kids so I want to be a middle or high school teacher. I have AMAZING grades so colleges aren't really a problem. I have better grade then my sister did at my age, plus I'm in higher classes and she's gotten a lot of offers for complete scholarships. PLEASE BE COMPLETELY HONEST!!!!

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xxx_baby_sparkle_xxx

xxx_baby_sparkle_xxx says:

Posted on 10 Nov 2012

It depends on which one you like more and which one you really want to do. Just go with your heart

callmeiris

callmeiris says:

Posted on 11 Nov 2012

Follow your intuition and your dreams.....choose the profession you could do all your life..... so that you won't have to regret your decision....

metheromantic

metheromantic says:

Posted on 11 Nov 2012

I have some experience in teaching and it can give you huge satisfaction when you manage to influence the way your students think....:)

jackie_walsh

jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 12 Nov 2012

Well, you can major in a lot of different things and still get into politics. So you could study to be a teacher and still eventually get into politics. Then you would have a career to fall back on anyway. Also, you could major in something like political science and then try to get a job in politics later, and if it doesn't work out, go back to teaching.

btw, I love politics too. I worked as a volunteer for the president in the last election and I am only 16. But I could never see myself running for office or anything. I really want to be a fashion writer or interior decorator. Good luck with whatever you try. I'm sure you'll be great.

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