Economics or Physical Education?

February 3, 2012 10:17pm CST
I love the area of psychomotor development. I learned about it when I got in college and that's what I'm sticking to. It is not an area that makes money. I beleive that we need to do something we like and we need to do something that makes money. You can do something you like that gives you money but you are working for it, not making it. I am getting interested in the area of economics because that is where the money is made. I don't like working, nobody does. Eventually you get sick and tired of certain things in life. I don't think we should work our entire lives for money and that is what I want to avoid. Should I continue my college and then get into the area of eceonomics or should I do economics, start investing and then get my PE degree? I like me area but latley I'm just sick of working and I want to make money soon, become rich before I'm 30, people do it and I want to try it too. I'm just all mixed up latley :/
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@mensab (4207)
• Philippines
4 Feb 12
yeah, it is good that you are thinking to finish college and get a degree before venturing for anything that you like. yes, some degrees are known to cause big money especially if one is able to get in the right companies. however, some fields contribute more to the welfare of society than other fields. what matters is the meaning and fulfillment one gets from the field that is chosen.