Colleges and Career Paths

Most of the time students have the hardest time deciding what their future occupation will be. they become intimidated by the pressure that is put on them the minute they get to high school. It happens at the early age of 14, teachers try to be nonchalant about it, but every student is told that they have to leave high school knowing what they want to be and where they want to go. But it is simply not true that a kid needs to know what they want to do. 

     Students do not need a permanent and sustained plan of what they want to do in high school. They just need a separate plan that they can follow to be able to figure out what they want to do going forward. a lot of the time it freaks them out and makes them make decisions that they are not ready for, which they regret in the future. many students choose to go to an in-state college, but if not they decide to go out of state or transfer. all of these are great choices, but to do them they need to take the right classes and gain the right amount of credits. this is the thing that teachers and adults are stressing about, which is why a temporary clear plan should be made.