So I'm about to finish my A.A. degree this semester, and transferring to a four year University next semester. The official A.A. will be in psychology. However, I am seriously having doubts about this degree, because of the lack of jobs opportunities in it. I have been broke for a long time, and I have worked a lot of shit jobs. I have done everything from catering to sales, and everything in between. I was just going to drop out of college, and work full-time because of the financial situation. However, it seems that most of the job opportunities that I receive without a college degree just plain suck. I keep getting retail job offers, food industry jobs, and sales jobs. I should probably mention, that I am AMAZINGLY good at sales jobs, but I hate them with an extreme passion! I hate fucking soliciting and having to cold call, knock on doors, go business to business, etc. I also hate the constant fear of not hitting your sales quotas, and then the boss constantly threatening to fire me, if I don't hit them. I am literally a nervous wreck in just about every sales job that I have ever taken, and have to pop Xanax like they're Pez candy to even survive at those jobs. Also, I hate the retail and fast-food jobs because it seems like you and your co-workers are in a constant war over who is going to get more hours (after all there are only so many hours to go around).
Anyway, the bottom line is I need to stay in college without a doubt, but I am questioning what I should major in. Here's a little more information about me in terms of personality: I am an ENTP, 7w6, 3w2, 9w8 SO/SX. In terms of personality, I am very analytical, very extraverted, a very imaginative and abstract thinker, very ambitious, and have a strong need for social prestige. The topics that have really interested me in college are psychology, sociology, economics, political science, humanities, and even a few classes in technology. A couple of other things that I should mention are: I get bored VERY easily, am ungodly good at analyzing things, am extremely good at coming up with ideas, am very good at persuading people, am very good at understanding theoretical principles, and I like careers where things change a lot and are boring and mundane.
My current plan is to get a masters in psychology after my bachelor's and become a licensed mental health counselor, but I'm wondering if that is really that good of a plan? Also, please keep in mind that I often worry about majoring in psychology because I worry whether I will be able to get a master's or not, because I'm not sure if I can afford to. After all I don't want to be stuck with just a bachelor's in psychology, it seems like that alone is worthless. Also, what are some careers that involve a lot of social science principles or are similar in psychology? In addition, should I major in something else that is similar to psychology for my bachelor's and then do a master's in psychology if I decide that, that is what I want to do just to be safe? I really need some advice.