complement your psych studies with some marketing at look into market research/consumer behavior as a possible career path. The psych dovetails nicely, and the degree mix isn't (to my knowledge anyhow) over done. And the ass-broke time makes you appreciate it more later, trust me on that one. I grew up on the wrong side of a shit city and spent my undergrad driving a late 60s Datsun (which is fucking collectable now
) and dashing between jobs behind bars and behind retail counters. I drove pizzas around in the Datsun for a few months too... I look back on it with great pride actually, although it sucked at the time. About 18mths ago I was dating a girl who grew up filthy "it's so embarassing when my Dad used to pick me up from school in the Lamborghini" and "he always used to force me to wear Gucci, like, he didn't even caaaare how I wanted to express myself" rich...she got pissy with me one night saying "you are always going on about how much better your life was growing up than miiiine" and I was like "you had a yacht, I had a Datsun!" So ya, you will look back on this period with a degree of pride that comes from knowing that what's yours is yours for a reason, and you may, if you are super lucky, look back and think "fuck, we didn't have much, but I was mad spoiled." I do.