We have often heard our parents and guardians telling us that we need to work on maths as it is used everywhere, whichever career we might want to get into!
But there are many students who get jittery even when they hear terms like algebra, geometry, statistics and arithmetic.
Students who do not like maths often feel that they have missed out on all the lucrative career options like engineering, astronomy.
But if they revisit their career plans, they might realize that they are well suited for careers that require interaction with people, they might have good drawing skills or they might be good at public speaking.
If explored, more students can find varied career options which can give them a bright future. Let us look at what are the career options for these kinds of students:
Social Work is the area of study focusing on protecting people, groups or communities from risk. Students will study topics including social structure, social problems, and community health. After this degree you can work with NGOs, Community centres and hospitals.
This is the process and art of combining text and graphics and communicating an effective message in the design of logos, graphics, brochures, newsletters, posters, signs, and any other type of visual communication.
Study of languages includes the in-depth study of the complex word concepts and intricacies involved in any given language.
One can study different languages like French, German, Japanese, Spanish and work as a translators or interpreters with foreign embassies and MNCs.
Law is the study of rules and guidelines enforced through social institutions to govern behaviour, wherever possible.
After completing this course one can work with multinational companies, legal process outsourcing (LPO), corporates and courts.
Journalism is the practice of investigation and reporting of events, issues and trends to a broad audience. It is an academic study concerned with the collection and editing of news or the management of a news medium.
After completing this course, one can work with newpapers, news channels, advertising agencies and websites.
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