Basically, i'll start my last semester of college this fall and once i finish i will have graduated with a degree i largely think is pretty useless to me. After weighing my options of what college career path i can go through that won't take too long, the only two that i have managed to grasp are those of a 2 1/2 years Masters program in Social Work and an Elementary School Teaching Credential. This latter one would take 1 1/2 years to finish at best, and 2 years at worst apparently. The thing though is that i know very little about what this type of career would entail. I myself am currently afflicted by what can be considered as debilitating social anxiety to top it off, so if i were to try to go into this, i'd have to take control of myself to begin with. I remember my time as a K-6 student as a great period of my life and teaching was one of the first things i said i'd like to do when someone asked me about my future career when i was about 8 years old, but other than that nostalgic sentiment, i'm not sure i'm looking forward to this with a passion, but more with a desire to earn a living with a stable job that (hypothetically?) won't take too long to acquire. If i could relax and be able to interact and make a positive difference in children's lives, i could maybe see myself in this but i don't know... I wouldn't want a highly stressful job that i didn't enjoy. Could i possibly engender a substantial liking for this profession?