I'm trying to decide what in god's name to do with myself. Any career/college advice would be extremely appreciated. I have an Associates in Medical Lab Technician, but I want more, possibly even something different. I do not want to go to college for a career that's dying (I was interested in cytotech, heard some bad things). I'm going back this fall for SOMETHING. But what? I've already wasted 6 years in college trying to decide what to do, interests and aptitude versus cash for survival, and I really want to get it right this time.
I like everything. Medical sciences, psychology, art history. I could stay in college forever. I like the idea of research or forensics, neuroscience, microscope work, cellular work, pathology, those sorts of things. I cannot guarantee ever having enough money to go PhD level, but I'm naturally adept with mental sciences.
I'm worried I'm going to choose something I love and not be able to find a job. Getting an MLT degree was fun, I liked the science aspects, but it's hard to get in anywhere decent with that degree. And the problems I had at that college (getting internships for the 8 students in the program was hell, the school wasn't very good at preparing for the real workforce) has sort of left me wondering if I even want to work in a hospital lab.