My university days are now behind me

My classes at university have come to an end.  My project was done and handed in last year.  This is it.  I am finally free.

It feels so weird!  I am now ready to go into the big bad world and get a real job.  I cannot wait till I graduate in June, I will be so relieved when I get that piece of paper... I was beginning to feel like I'd never get there.  I don't think I'll actually believe it until I get the scroll in my hand.

Now that I am all done and (almost) a science graduate, I'm second guessing myself.  Is this what I want to do with my life?  Am I clever enough to be employed in the science field?  What if nobody employs me?  Even worse, what if I get a job and don't know what I'm doing?  Should I have studied english or art instead?  So many questions, my head is spinning.  Has anyone else ever felt like this?  My passions in life have always been science, books and art.  I had to pick one to study, science won.  After all that hard work I am not even sure my heart still belongs to science. 

I know one thing for certain; 2014 will be a year of changes for me.

7 comments:

  1. Congrats on finishing your degree. I think the worries are all pretty normal, jobs are so different from uni no one really knows what they're doing when they start. I'm still waiting for everyone at mine to work out I'm not really smart enough to be there - it's not happened yet! Try not to stress and best of luck for the future :)

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    1. Thanks Katie! haha I will be the same when I start work I think, the big bad world is so scary! You too love! xox

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  2. Well done you. Good luck for the future :)
    Adela x

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  3. I'm a science graduate too and I had the same issues as you! I'm still not overly sure if I'm doing what I want to do for the rest of my life...let me know if you need any advice about the science sector in Scotland! Jenna x

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