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Lesson 88 - What is your major?
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Tim : Hey Diane, what are you doing here?
Diane : Hi, Tim, how are you? I'm waiting for a friend.
Tim : I heard you're going to graduate this summer. Is that true?
Diane : Yes. If everything goes alright, I'll be getting my bachelors degree in August. Then I need to start looking for a job.
Tim : I had to do that last year. It wasn't easy. Do you have any job offers?
Diane : No, not yet. I sent out a lot of resumes, but I didn't receive many responses. It's pretty hard to find a job right now.
Tim : What's your major?
Diane : Psychology.
Tim : That was my major when I started college, but I switched to engineering after the first year.
Diane : I think it's easier for engineers to find a job.
Tim : I'm not sure about that. It took me about 3 months to find a job. I finally was able to get a job after I put my resume on one of those job websites.
Diane : Anyway, it really doesn't matter. If I can't find a job I'll probably go back to school to get my Masters degree.

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