When to Change Your Major (Ep. 163)

When you pick a major, you inherently don’t pick another major. You give up infinite potential lifetimes for whichever one you’re going for now.

Opportunity costs like this are the perfect breeding ground for uncertainty — and that uncertainty is bred very successfully. Various studies have found anywhere from 50% to 80% of students changing their major at least once in their college career.

So in today’s episode, we talk a bit about the decision-making involved in choosing or leaving a major.

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