sorry this dosn't have much to do with depression but i was wondering for those of you who went to college what was your major and did you find a job in your major? im caught in between behavior sciences and nursing, i know theres a huge nursing shortage but i hear its sooo stressful and the schooling is super hard, then again with behavioral sciences which includes sociology and psychology you need a masters to really do anything with that and theres not too many jobs out there right now for that, im trying to weigh the pros and cons to each but i just can't decide, i like them both the same im just worried that nursing school will be too much for someone with depression, any advice would be great THANK YOU.
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