I am finishing a college diploma in HR. I'm not exactly sold on working in HR, and have to finish my university degree in order to obtain the professional designation. Problem is, my half-finished degree is in English. My "old" plan was to finish the English degree and go to law school, but given the amount of advice against doing such a thing here, I've begun to reconsider. So, if you had the opportunity to go back to school in your mid-twenties, what would you do? Math and spatial thought are weak areas for me, so areas like Engineering are out. The world of business doesn't appeal to me either. What up-and-coming career paths are opening up in today's day and age? I am considering getting into a trade, but am going to finish my degree regardless so I want it to be in something "profitable." Its not like I'm a teenager going to college for the first time and can afford to be directionless and get an arts degree just because - I would like to get the most bang for my buck out of my education, considering I'm mid-twenties already. What did you get your education in, and where do you work now? What if you could do it over again?