Yeah, I can relate to this. I just turned 26 and am still in college. I have one more class until I am done with my AA degree, but I have no freaking idea what I am going to get my BA in. I thought sociology because I feel disconnectedfrom society and would do a good job at analyzing how messed up we humans are. I have no interest or desire for any type of career so that is my main issue.
I work an okay job, but I cannot imagine working there for the rest of my life. As far as my personal life, I really don't have one. Besides classes, all I do is play video games and read. I sometimes date, but I can't manage to find anyone I can really relate to so I am to the point where I am thinking of giving up on that for a while. I am not depressed or anything, I just kind of live my life day by day and don't really accomplish much.
My main goals are to learn as much as I possibly can before I die, graduate college, and save a lot of money. Beyond that, I have no real motivation or goals in life. The funny thing is I would really like to date someone seriously, but when you don't have any friends, girls find that to be weird and a red flag for some serious problems. I don't feel like I do have problems like that, but extroverts view you as insane when ou are indifferent to human interaction. I experienced a lot of flack from girls in the past because of my introversion. What I need to do is meet a fellow friendless hermit like me to date. That way I won't be completely alone and I can have someone to share my time with that won't judge me.
Also I'd like to meet a girl that reads and actually has hobbies beyond getting drunk, going clubbing, and shopping. That would be nice. I am not the smartest guy and even I feel like Einstein compard to a lot of the people from my generation.