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    Greetings,

    I am struggling to follow a particular career path and I would like to hear some opinions. I am a Computer Science undergraduate student at one of the top 10 Universities in London. I enjoy the subject and particularly programming. Spending time coding is very interesting to me. I work part-time at a reputable bar in London as a bartender. I find working at a bar more interesting rather in the office, however it does not pay well and it can be tiring and stressful sometimes. I would prefer to program for a living but I dislike a lot the procedure of recruitment these days. My performance on such interviews is average as I do not like pretending or I am not really motivated for the role.
    I am currently on the second year, I know a lot about computers even before studying it. I have a good social life and I am fit. I have tried lots of hobbies and generally I pressed a lot of buttons (tried different things/experiment) so far, but I think I have not found yet what I am the most passionate about.

    Any thoughts?
 
 
 
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