6 Career Options For College Students

Choosing the right career path is essential to your financial success and happiness. If you continue looking for a career that’s right for you, you’ll ultimately find a career path that makes you happy and fulfilled.

It can take some time to figure out which path is right for you, with lots of trial and error, but the search is worth it! To help you get started in your search, here are six career options to look into!

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1. A Computer Programmer

The need for digital applications and intervention is serious in today’s business world! The best part? You can sign up to teach yourself how to code and earn a pretty penny without pursuing a degree. There are plenty of computer programmer degrees, if going to school is essential to you, however, isn’t necessary! Learn the ins and outs of computer programming so that you can create new technologies, establish stellar websites, and more. 

2. A Dental Practitioner

Digestion begins in the mouth, and how well we digest our food significantly affects our state of health. There is much to be said about the care and keeping of one’s dental hygiene. Look into the average dental hygienist salary to see if dental school is something worth pursuing! You might also be interested in cosmetic aspects of dental care, such as improving the appearance of one’s smile. 

3. A Life Coach

Pursue a career path that teaches you the skills you need to help others. Gain a steady clientele of individuals looking to better their lives with the self-improvement techniques you provide. Learn about social psychology and how we can improve our interpersonal relationships and mindset using tried and true techniques by behavioral psychologists.

As a life coach, you can orient your services to areas you feel most strongly in. If mindset development, business growth, or positive psychology are individual areas of strength for you, those are some of the many different domains you can focus on as a certified life coach. 

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4. A Business Owner

If you have a strength in a skilled trade or have a product or service to provide that fills a gap in the market, you might make a great business owner! Learn the ropes of starting a business, get a mentor, and get selling! Consider starting your funding with a crowdfunding campaign. 

Get seed money to build your business from home! Whether you want a storefront or a digital store, the opportunities are endless with the right determination and creativity to start a new business. 

5. A Career Coach

Help others figure out what they should be doing for a living! As a career coach, you’ll learn about your client’s interests and help prepare them for job interviews and career-related decisions so that they can build the career they’ve always wanted. Help your clients by giving them direction and insight on where to go next to build their lasting careers. 

6. A Financial Advisor

If you’re good with money and math, careers like accounting or financial advisory might be two options to consider. You can work for yourself or a firm and establish relationships with businesses and individual clients looking for ways to sharpen their money management. Help people build their wealth from the ground up as a financial advisor or similar. Join a firm or start your practice and make this a career path completely personalized to your needs. 

The Bottom Line

There are many different career paths to consider! As you ponder your options, consider the possibilities above and see if any resonate with your interests and personality. For your financial and emotional wellness, take your time finding the right career!  

Pam Wiselogel

Pam Wiselogel

Hi, I'm Pam! A corporate girl turned entrepreneur who has been working from home for over 20 years and loving it. From a corporate IT Director to an online business owner, I found success while working remotely (sometimes in my PJs). I've been able to find balance in life and career and love to share what I've learned with others. With my master's degree in software engineering and a career in technology, my drive is to help others learn how to bypass the hurdles and technology challenges to gain the confidence to build the dream business they've always wanted to reach financial freedom. My work has been quoted on Forbes, Bloomberg, European Business Review, Hive, and Business Partner Magazine to name a few. Click my little head above to read all of my posts!

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