...doing a double major in History and Mathematics. While I was doing awesome in Intermediate Algebra, I'm not doing so great in College Algebra; I'm not failing nor do I have a D. I'm debating whether or not I should continue in math. If not, what would make a history degree worth the ink and paper my degree is printed on?
I went to a community college for a year and a half, and took some time off to understand what I really want from life. I went back to the same community college, just to get an Associate degree. I would love to get a job as a librarian, I've filled any and every application when a new position is open; so far I got one interview in the span of a year! I am hoping the Mathematics degree would help.