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After school, were you able to find a job in your field of study? If so, lucky you. Studies show most people have many different careers in their lifetime. Often, they end up in careers not related to what they went to college for. Whether you had to change your career direction due to a lack of work, money, or interest, it can be frustrating to know that you went to school for a degree you will never use. If this is the case for you, would you go back and get a different degree if you could? What would you change it to and why? Take our poll, and tell us your reasoning in the comments section below! [poll id="34"] Photo Credit: Stockvault
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