A Blurry Future

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I used to believe my mother’s saying. She told me to get excellent grades so I could get a great job in the future.

She was right. There are jobs that require a certain minimum scores of GPA to even be allowed to apply. But there’s just one problem.

How do I apply for jobs if I don’t know what I want to be in the future?

Simply put, after several hundreds long and painful hours at college, I surmise that my future is blurring.

Too much information or knowledge to cram or memorize, and as the time goes by, my interests and motivation slowly dissipate. For example, one of the jobs fit for my major is Enterprise Architect, yet now I want to be a content writer—obviously just a probability.

If so, how will this blur go away? How will I be certain of what I want to do in the future?

I’m not looking for the answers, yet. I just hope that things will get clearer as the time goes by.

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