Growing up is a pain, and so is education. From kindergarten, to high school, then university all in the hope of securing a better future. They say education is the key to success. Parents or guardians go to extreme ends to get their children educated. After toiling that hard for many years, the least you can expect is getting a job immediately you graduate from college. Unfortunately, this has not always been the case. However, this is not to dispute that it’s highly possible to land your first big job immediately after college.
Back in kindergarten, we all wanted to be doctors, pilots, engineers, and less of teachers. These careers looked very lucrative in out toddler minds. When you reach college, reality checks in and you realize that being a doctor is not really your calling.
Since mathematics was your weakest subject, you try to choose a degree course that has nothing to do with mathematics. Unfortunately, in this era, some students are still forced to live their parents dream, regardless of their passions.