CollegeGraduate wrote: ↑Oct 4th, 2017 12:22 amIt sounded like you are an academic person.
Ever thought about going into teaching? If you are good with school, go get a PhD in something you like.
For me, I am bad in school. I hate to read all those things just to get one concept. Although I do a lot of reading on my own spare time, but I don't like school (don't know why). I guess I like to read things and apply them rather get tested on them, weird.
I am more of a practical guy that can learn new things quickly.
I remember back in school taking Advanced Financial Accounting. I hated that thing. Tried to pass the course with minimum studying. Fast forward 8 years, I actually read the latest Advanced Financial Accounting text book from cover to cover because my job demands it. However, I am sure I will fail on a test if I was tested on the materials. Academia likes to make simple things hard.
I was thinking of finding a research related position while completing my MBA-that way I can potentially bridge into a PhD program in another 2 years. To be honest, I wouldn't know where to start looking for such a position. Any ideas? Fields like medicine and engineering would've worked out better if I was a bit younger but I like to use what I have and move up rather start over.