3 flexible College Degree choices



Career flexibility is important in the long run. After decades of working in the same field some jobs tend to become monotonous and boring. It’s important to find careers that offer flexibility and a chance to show off your skills in more than one arena.

While you’re usually led into the belief that specializing in a particular degree program is best, sometimes choosing a very specific major can hinder your chances at finding a good job. If you’re looking for a degree that could lead to several different career paths, here are some to choose from.

Communications – How many times have you looked at a job listing that asks applicants to have good “oral and written skills”? Studying communications is a great way to enhance those sought after skills while potentially leaning how to communicate in this technology-driven world. Communications degrees could lead to a job in public relations, broadcast news, writing, advertising and sales.

Business Administration – Business administration is by far one of (if not the) most popular degree amongst college students. Business in itself has many different facets to specialize in, but business administration allows students to develop an understanding of business as a whole, from finance to marketing to human resources.

Accounting – According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics positions within accounting and auditing are expected to grow by 21% between 2008 and 2018. Accountants can find work in different setting whether it’s for a big corporation, an accounting firm or in real estate. Accounting also happens to be one of the top 5 most popular majors. Perhaps one day you\’ll even be able to open up your own accounting firm.