An MBA with a psychology degree is an interesting combo. What are you going to do next?
I get that all the time psychology and business, how did that tag team come about? The anwer to the question is I am not exactly sure what I want to do next. During my undergraduate days I was so into learning about about people and why we do what we do. By the time I realized that I didn't want to pursue that as a career, it was time to graduate. So after graduating I decided that I wanted to get into the business field. In the end it is a combo that works, because in the world of business having a idea of the how and why of people's actions will prove helpful in making business decisions.
Go to Disneyworld.
Sorry, I couldn't help myself. It happens whenever I hear the question "What are you going to do next?"
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