Most students take up college without really thinking of what they are keen on. The choice of graduation degree often varies greatly from what their real interests are. Either due to parental pressure or confusion, most of us end up in curses we have no idea about, it is only later that we realize how things are shaping up for us.
However, unlike the gen x, who had little access to education and no options whatsoever, we are far better placed. With innovative and unusual career choices– the likes of spa courses and shopping behaviour experts– coming our way, we are free to make a choice at almost any level.
So, are you a science major and attracted to the wellness industry? Then all is not lost. With numerous post graduate specializations such as spa courses, dietician courses, cosmetologists etc. you can still make use of your college degree—it being the prerequisite for such courses—and chase your dreams.
The merger of beauty with wellness has opened new doors for the intellectual. The growing industry needs researchers, IT professionals, marketing professionals, sales person, HR’s and everything that a full-fledged business could use up. Though, if you are interested in a more direct job, your science degree can help you become a nutritionist right after you finish a dietician course.
What is it?
The fitness buzz is no news. Almost 60% of the customer base of this industry is enrolled in some sort of a fitness program and a balanced diet is the square one for any such attempt. From a medical perspective, you will analyse people’s health, fitness level and lifestyle to suggest feasible adaptations and lifestyle changes for a fitter and more beautiful self.
Sounds noble work, isn’t it?
Well, it also pays incredibly well, especially over years to seasones advisers. You can be hored by the top-names in the industry like VLCC, Kaya, Dr Batra’s etc. and go on to make your own name. there is certainly no dearth of options.