thanks guys! HorseTrance- i believe that without a doubt, WV sucks. But i dont know if ill have the money to go out, but ill definately look at some other schools. Hopefully i choose the right thing.
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I think you're being too hard on yourself. MANY people change careers multiple times in their lifetime. The important part is to obtain as many transferable skills as possible - business, accounting, time management, communications, writing (good grammar and spelling!), computers, prioritizing, and so on. Those skills will help you land a job in any field. When you start narrowing the scope of your skills is where you'll have a problem.
For example, here's a list of all the jobs I remember having:
Pony walker, groom, trail guide, receptionist, digital archiver, administrative assistant, sales manager, executive assistant, technical support representative, senior technical support representative, logistics coordinator, service coordinator, systems analyst, warehouse selector, farm hand, stallion barn manager, barn manager, project manager.
Point is, while it's important to try to land a good job/career, it's more important to get a solid base of skills because you never know what will come up that will change your direction.