I was talking to my friend about what I wanted to major in in college - I said I knew I'd have to work hard and that it wouldn't be easy. He asked me what it was. I told him and he said "yes, you would have to work hard. It'd probably be hard to find a job in that field." And I said "well, thankfully our lifestyle makes it possible for me not to necessarily have a job so I'm not worried about it." And then they didn't say anything else to me. I didn't mean it in a hateful way - I KNOW I'm going to have to work hard at whatever I do but since I don't necessarily need to have a job, why should I go to college for something I HATE doing? It's not like I'm going for modeling or acting - who fields that WOULD be hard. It's JOURNALISM and I'm sure I could find a job. I know I'd have to start at the bottom. So my question is: is my reaction to what my friend said snobby?
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