You've finished off a few years of college and everything has been going smoothly – until you realize that you want to pursue a career outside of your major. With only a short period left before you graduate, there's no longer time to switch majors – so what should you do?
The first step after making this realization is to avoid getting too stressed. You shouldn't feel like you're locked into a career just because you majored in a certain subject. Although some careers — such as medicine and law — require you to get an advanced degree in a specific subject, many other careers allow for more flexibility.