| hi, 18, female, freshman in college. i do not have a major yet,…|
Nov. 21st, 2007 @ 12:51 pm
|Date:||November 23rd, 2007 03:58 am (UTC)|| |
Communications... learn a language and work as a translator maybe?
Sonography is probably a better bet, employment-wise... don't give up just because you're a bit weak in math/science. I've had a little experience playing with ultrasound (veterinary, not human), and the most important skill is a good visual imagination so you know where things are and can piece together what you're seeing on the screen into something coherent. The hardest class you'll have to pass on your way to it is anatomy, which takes a bunch of memorization... put enough time into studying and you'll make it through just fine.
In terms of anti-Christian... which countries are you talking about? There are a lot of countries where people don't tend to like noisy pushy ultra-evangelical Christians, but don't mind the nice polite Christians. The noisy pushy ultra-evangelical Christians may go on about "anti-Christian Europe" and such, but the people they encountered were reacting to the fact that they were pushy jerks, not to the fact that they were Christians.
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