>>1013306 This graphic is fucking shit >thisiswhatpythonfagsbelieve.png >C++ is harder than C >Thinks C# = enterprise software >Shilling for his (probably python) classes >No mention of Assembler, Fortran, or COBOL, the language most legacy enterprise business software is actually written in >No mention of Perl or other more modern languages... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
No. The law field is enornously saturated and unlike some other fields, law can really only get you into a handful of jobs (tax law, corp law, criminal etc.) Unlike some other degrees that might have a lot more applications. If you really wanna do law or be a lawyer then go for it but if it isnt your passion probably do something else.
After Years and years of betting/spending i found that the most profitable and somehow steady way to make a profit from betting is by playing single games (1 bet at a time) and betting 5% of your total wallet.
i've been doing that for 2 years now and its pretty profitable and steady.
Study the matches the odds the news and everything, then find your bet. Usualy the odd am looking for has to be above 1.70 and most of the times is around 2.00 so you double your initial investment.
Of course there is nothing 100% like in every other industry... but there are many things u can minimize your risk, and actually profit from every day.
I've got one more year of uni studying econ before I graduate. I was going to start a lawn cutting business this spring, but I have heard from many online that there is no money in it. I know from real people that I know who are in the business that there is profit to be made, but I am now less sure that I want to go through with it.
Cutting grass commercially is my only work experience (4 years), so that's what influenced my idea to start that kind of business. Problem is any old idiot like me can do the same, so the market is saturated.
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I think that's the wrong question to ask. for every imaginable market you'll probably find people who will swear there is no money in it, and people who will tell you how much there is in it.
generally whatever field interests you, you'll bring the skills to identify opportunities. if you are into games you'll understand how the consumers tick, what makes them spend money and what not. if you are like me and have zero interest in cars, starting a business related to cars would be a shit... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If you get good renters and charge a decent enough price it can be worth, eapecially if you are living in the place as well.
I currently am doing this in a 5 bedroom house and i rented each room for 400$ which is cheap as shit here. I live rent free while making extra 400$ a month, the fact that i live rent free is worth it in itself because all my income goes into whatever investment I want and i have no bills. So it can be worth it if you do it right but its realy situational, you may end up renting to some fucktards that will screw you over.
>22 >GED >took 2 semesters of community college just to get free financial aid grant money (failed all of the classes) >only work experience is trading for a prop firm for 6 months and sucking dick at it then getting fired for making a your mom comment in the trade chat
I can't get a fucking job and I'm tired of being a NEET. Failed a McDonald's interview. Failed a Wal-Mart... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Laurier has always been good but everyone brushed it off, but since it's been partnering with Waterloo on many programs offered, it's been getting more well known internationally.
Schulich's BBA is great, but their iBBA is what really shines. You get to go on these amazing months long excursions to Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, and meet all of these top executives, pitch them business ideas, and eat lunch with them, as well as see all of these great places. If you're one of those people, like most people in Canada, you've probably never travelled out of Ontario, let alone to the US border. So, it's something like, getting to travel the world, while learning business in many different countries, and applying that same knowledge here, in Canada.
I'm pretty sure Laurier also offers an International program, might be wrong though and it might be with Waterloo, but Schulichs international program is unbeatable to tell you the truth, they are so well known in Malaysia and Singapore, arguably the business hub of South East Asia.
Check out some pictures some of the iBBA grads posted on their Facebooks and Twitters and I'd bet theres some YouTube videos about it, there's a lot of things you get, that you won't get in a classroom no matter where you go.
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