For a great deal of time I have been unsure about what it is I’d like to do as a career. When I was at school I used to create short films and initially thought I wanted a career in film production and video-editing. Then, when I went to college, I found that I did not really enjoy it and decided that I wanted to go into Animation.
Having attempted Art and Design for a good length of time, I found I could not develop my drawing skills enough to produce decent enough drawings and consequently was rejected from a number of Arts universities. Later down the road, I decided to study more Humanities based subjects such as English, History, etc. and evidently flourished in this. However, I am not entirely sure if a Humanities subject is something I'd really want to do and now I am finding myself unsure of what it is I want to do in the future. I am investigating the computing side of things, but the last thing I’d want is to go to university and then have to withdraw/leave down the line.
I am now 23 years old and will be 24 if I do decide to go to university next year. Consequently I am concerned that I will be considered 'old' among my peers. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Not sure what I want to do in life
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