I'm 23, fresh out of college, and I just feel really unaccomplished in general. Case in point: I went to this event that was kind of like a career fair, but insisted it wasn't. It was kind of a free workshop combined with a mini-fair. Anyway, I couldn't keep focus from one relatively attractive girl's resume, who somehow got into a better school than I did, somehow got a better GPA (granted, mine was pretty good too), and had this laundry list of bullshit activities and jobs. All I have to show for it is some volunteer work (which I'm doing now), a little stint with a temp agency, and two years of cashiering at Home Depot, and I spent most of my time at school just studying or playing Xbox. The only other things I did was join the accounting club (but everyone else who gave the slightest crap about their major did anyway) and do some little case study project, that of which I pretty much forget all the details of by now, and none of which is obviously getting me anywhere. It's making me feel ridiculously inadequate for my age, and I feel like I'm just headed toward a downward spiral that might culminate in suicide, for fear of being perceived as uncompetitive. I've reached the point where I'm not sure if I want to continue pursuing an accounting job, and if not that, I don't know what else, and I feel obligated to take the CPA exam because a family member already paid the fees to do so.