My current major will fit into my plans perfectly. I really want to work in the computer sector, and my major will fit into that category perfectly. I hope that the training and knowledge that I am getting at George Mason will actually be of some help to me in the job place. I know most people say that the things we learn in college are useless, and most of the stuff done in the real world job force are completely the opposite of what we've learned.
If i decided on a French minor, I think that it will greatly help with my current career goals and plans for the future. If I really want to go to Germany to work, or even grad school, another language would be almost necessary. I believe that even if I don't get to go to Germany, there are plenty of jobs and colleges in France that would fill my needs, meaning that the knowledge of the language would help me quite a bit.
In 5 years I see myself having a job, making a lower salary because I will just be at entyr-level status. In both 10 ad 15 years I really see myself having a well paying job (hopefully) doing something I love, and hopefully by this time I will be completely proficient will all activities needed.