As a second year college student, I’ve taken a few of my Communication courses. With this, I’ve learned the art of public speaking, the history of the major, and the art of interpersonal communication. The further I delve into my coursework, the more curious I become about the outsider view of my field. I woke up this morning and wanted to learn more, so I did what anyone in my generation would do… I pulled out my laptop and started with a Google search. After a while, I stretched and realized I had gotten trapped in what I like to call the “Google Search rabbit hole”; I had been sitting behind my computer for hours! My voyage had begun with the NCA website (The National Communication Association) and had drifted me elsewhere in a stream of never-ending information, such as the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook, job search engines, LinkedIn, and countless career advice articles. For about a year now, I had been dead set on using this major as a stepping stone to boost my way into a Speech-Pathology program in Grad school, but this searching has left me with more questions than answers. I need to do some more digging!