|What did you study and why did you choose to study that field?
In college I studied psychology. Too be honest, I chose it because I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life at the end of my freshman year. That's not to say I didn't enjoy it.
I would never have imagaine that I would end up doing what I do now. Of course, growing up, the internet did not exisit, so either did my job!
I studied art and then switched to Early Childhood Education. I have a background in kitchen and interior design.
Yet, I quickly became obsessed with connecting to people online and the power of the interent over ten years ago. I never knew that was training for a real career.
Computer Science in the area of mathematics. Why I choose it? Well, actually there was no choice. It was just the only thing I could imagine. Seriously, what else is there to study?
I study Theater because it is a unique blend of writing, acting, modeling, and singing. All these attributes are areas of profession I love to accomplish in my life.
Fashion design, my love of art and illustration drew me to study fashion design & illustration
I am studying at the moment on a Student Exchange Program how to be a translator and executive skills in a variety of professional areas.
i study 6th grade. why? because i dont have a choice
I am passionate about Computers since when I was a kid and I love this field since it suits both my interests and skills. I have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and have recently been considering doing an MBA to broaden my horizons. I aspire to develop Management and Leadership skills to climb the corporate ladder.
Journalism and the arts. I love the arts and I love the art of writing. Both help for my chosen profession of public relations. The arts help you think creatively and writing helps you clearly articulate your ideas to your audiences.
I've studied quite of few fields, but I'm an artist addicted to sparkle.
verpleegkunde=nursing. happened by change.
I am as doing this job 7 years.
I came from an era where many influences beyond personal preferences shaped one's career choice, from school to parents.
Is was good at, and enjoyed the arts, but these were not deemed 'real', so naturally I was streamed into the sciences. And at my school that meant medicine.
This resulted in a long process culminating in my studying Physiology & Biochemistry of Farm Animals at Reading University. A bucolic few years, which sadly did not work out. So after yet another year out in a long academic process, involving studying for and getting an additional Maths 'A' level (not optimal method for retention, as it transpires) in 3 months, I ended up at King' College London to become a Civil Engineer.
Got this one, eventually, and an (Hons) taboot, though it did involve a promise not to try and build anything.
So after all that, I ended up, eventually, in advertising. Go figure.
I did not go to college but I have studied many fields for personal goals.Like English Lit. Physics,Music,History and a multitued of other fields just because I love to learn.
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