I graduated with a history degree back in 2009, and I still feel like I am struggling to find my path as to what I want to do for a career. After graduating, I worked as a newspaper reporter for a little less than a year, and then I went off to teach in South Korea for two years. I am currently working as a camp counselor for the YMCA (a job I had before I completed college), and I am also volunteering with Bhutanese refugees, helping them to learn English and civics for their citizenship test. Apart from that, I am working on finishing up my last four classes for my Master’s degree at WNMU. I really just feel that my life is a little off-track now. I believe I will either end up working for a newspaper, or for an AmeriCorps project at a local library, doing something similar to my volunteer position this fall. I’m really not sure what opportunity to pursue. If none of these paths develop, I think I will end up feeling really lost. My ultimately goal is to end up teaching history classes, at least part time, online or at a brick-and-mortar. But, as this will be part-time, I think I will need some other career, or profession to fall back on. And, I just don’t know what that is. I’ve even considered finding another Master’s program and pursuing something more practical, or more applicable in today’s market. I’m really considering everything right now, but I just don’t know what direction to go in anymore. I’m wondering if there are some avenues I haven’t thought of exploring. That is why I’m calling on the bright minds of Degree Info, to possibly give me a boost. Are these feelings only natural for someone that has been out of college a short time (not so short time)? Any ideas? I would greatly appreciate any input or advice that folks would be willing to give!