Nowadays, with the rapid development of this era, all majors will change a lot and the future has infinite possibilities. I think when choosing a volunteer for the college entrance exam, it should not be measured only by earning money, but also by considering students' preferences and their personal future planning. Parents should not force their children to choose a certain major, their own path still needs to be chosen by themselves, going to college is the subject they will face soon, parents should not impose their will on their children and let them help you to fulfill your dream. You just need to help them sort out the pros and cons and leave the decision to them.
Judging a major based only on how much money it makes is really a bit narrow-minded. There are leaders in every industry, and it's up to you. While waiting for the results after the college entrance exam, you can take your child to learn about the working conditions in various industries or consult a professional mentor, and don't choose blindly. Some children don't know what they like, so they let their parents choose whatever they want, and if it doesn't turn out the way they want, they just blame it on them.
Many people go to college and choose a major that they do not like, some of them go to college and start to let themselves go and end up delaying graduation, some of them do not like the major they are studying, but they will study what they are interested in after school, and even choose to go to graduate school across majors, they know what they want.
No matter what major you choose, you should not regret your choice, and you should still put your studies in the first place in college. In fact, when you go to college, everyone should spend some time to think about their future and plan how they should spend their four years in college. If you are not satisfied with your university and want to go to a better school, then you have to work harder to study. If you already want to work after graduation and know what you like, then you can make sure you graduate successfully and take advantage of the summer and winter to do some relevant internships to improve your ability.
Grasp the four years of college, not to be disappointed, the future can be expected!