If you don't want to go crazy, don't go! Choose what really works! Take a scientific study of personality It is up to you to decide: continue endless searches or undergo scientific research and decide once and for all.
Good afternoon. I will say an obvious and simple thing, but still, in my opinion, incredibly wise. Find what you like.
Maria wrote correctly: "First you need to decide whether you want to work with people, or, conventionally, with papers." Yes, here you can add equipment, animals, plants, etc. And this question should be raised first. Your future life will be connected with what is of interest to you (not to your parents), without focusing on sites a la "the most relevant professions for 2017". Sin by breeding hamsters and treating the paws of yard cats? Learn to be a veterinarian, you will be happy. Do you like to write prose / poetry and all sorts of notes-reasoning on the margins of the notebook? Why not try the writing profession? Well, the meaning of the logical chain is clear. What are the raisins? If you do exactly what you like professionally, the chances of success will be more than 100%. A creative approach in routine work will provide you not only an increase in your own interest in the profession, but also popularity, therefore, monetary benefits and connections too. A creative approach is provided if you do what you like. In a word, an ideal alignment.
If you cannot concentrate and understand yourself, talk to a psychologist. Explain the purpose of your visit and he will understand how he can help you. Of course, you can resort to using various vocational guidance tests, but, as practice shows, this is not always effective. You should not neglect them, of course, it is advisable to pass a couple of different tests. The maximum profit is to add a visit to a psychologist and career guidance tests. All this together is intended to direct you on the right path, that is, to the previous paragraph I wrote.
Go for it, good luck in choosing your life path :)
Try if you don't know. Fill the bumps, only the one who does nothing is not mistaken. Gain experience, and soon you will find yourself ........................................
imagine who you want to become after a certain time or what you want to do. Throw 5-7 of these options and compare them, drank the pros and cons. after that you will receive the minimum data for drawing up your life path. do what you love to do, work a lot with passion and intelligence and you will get satisfaction (I myself have not tested it in terms of career, as a student myself, but I don't see any other options here at all)
I think that at the age of 17-18, in which one usually has to decide on the choice of a profession, few people really understand what exactly he wants to do all his life. Often, a student has quite a bit of information about what exactly this or that profession is, unless it is the profession of family members or close friends.
First, you should decide whether you want to work with people, or, conditionally, with papers. It sounds simple, but this simple truth came to me only in the second year of the faculty, after which my work was not related to interaction with people, and I like them more than chemical glassware in the laboratory.
Try to figure it out. what comes easy for you and what you enjoy, what you can do for a long time and you don’t get bored, what interests you most.
In any case, it is worth remembering that sometimes people spend many years trying find yourself and your life's work. Therefore, you should not be afraid to change the place of study if it did not suit your taste at all. A year or two spent on re-enrollment cannot be compared with a lifetime devoted to an unloved or uninteresting job.