Independent Variables In High School
Lastly, another negative correlation can be the better grades and enjoyment you received from another class outside of your major, can lead you in working in a career that may not be within your major.
One example of having a necessary cause or a sufficient cause is one necessary cause can be the more internships and other work you do within your major, you will obtain a job within your major after graduating. Yet if you do not find anything similar to your, but work in other fields then you will work in a different field of study aside from your major study. the more studies you do outside of your major and the more you do not take your major classes as serious than the more likely that you will be working in a different line of career. The logical model for this proposal is both induction and deduction, it’s induction because it is more figuring out what do you want to do while in college. Even though you have a major and you are doing attending your classes, you might be working an outside job that is outside your field. You will tend to ask questions on why you are interested in doing a different job that is not related to your major, you might even find a job faster outside your major than within your major. Not every student has a clear grasp on the line of job