my university listed their highest paying graduates last year. Out of all of the majors, engineering, medicine, math, etc. The Finance major was the one straight out of undergrad with +$130,000 salary. [spoiler]it was probably his jewish uncle's investment firm, but still[/spoiler]
Well ultimately going into Finance might be a nice little thing to do, might even be what I'm aiming for right now. So what's better to that end, Economics/Statistics, Statistics or Economics/Politics. These are the choices I have.
Dude, i liked zeitgeist so much i paid $5 for a DVD of it to be shipped to me in the mail, but the amount that it taught me about business could be written on the back of the postage stamp stuck to the envelope it came in.
Sup, /biz/. Currently an engineering student. Thinking about switching majors to computer science. Especially since the salary is higher, the courses are easier, and the better working conditions. Not to mention they tend not to be located some backwater flyover town. What are your anons' opinions?
Hi /biz/, I'm 29 and I worked for 12 years doing shitty jobs(short term for most of them) I don't really have a skill that could get me a job I had to work early so I didn't finished school And the social services here are shit and I can't really get a valuable skill doing their formations(Tried some of them)
Question is: Is there any way to build some marketable knowledge or skills that I can learn with internet (and get actual experience on that skill to get hired) ?
I already worked in web comp (front and back) but 2 years were enough for me, good money but I don't like coding at all, and I'm only good with basic webdesign(shitty drawer)
I like the logic on coding and the fact that I was actually using my brain to get sht done making some working days shorter, but I still don't know what to study now, so I need some help
>>1072433 Didnt even read the article but trump is fucking absurd. If I could get a "small loan" of a million dollars from my dad and then inherit his real estate empire when he dies im pretty sure I could manage to not fuck it up either
>>1072440 >Didnt even read the article but trump is fucking absurd. If I could get a "small loan" of a million dollars from my dad and then inherit his real estate empire when he dies im pretty sure I could manage to not fuck it up either
>>1072462 lol no dont go to US CBS is a good school and it sounds like you would like that course so yes, apply you should also maybe look at other options in europe where you can study for free, sweden is close and scotland is good if you want to study in english good luck
So I've started working on a personal safety app. There are a lot of bad ones out there but mine has one feature that the others don't have. Recently I found out there is one company doing exactly what I have planned on doing and on top of that they came out of Tech Stars Chicago which is a pretty decent accelerator program that coincidentally has one of my old bosses on their advisory board.
How do I judge this situation? Is their moderate success proof that I should continue development of my app or does it mean I have no chance? They've secured deals... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1072421 it's an alarm that will alert someone that you're in trouble if you don't disable it. email, text, robo-call. it's the same as lifeline response's time mode (they're the competitor that i just found out about - i think because they focus on b2b primarily).
If you want to run a cult, you should at least have a good story. It should involve some final judgment that only you can save your followers from. Also, have a holy book.
I recommend that your book has at least three stories in it: a creation story, a hero's journey and a story of the end of the world. You may add some more as you see fit. Use Campbell's monomyth to structure your stories
>>1072365 No. 1) All cryptocoin industries are full of scams. As a rule cash should always flow to you if you don't want to be ripped off. 2) If they can mine at profit they would double down on that and sell their coins not seek outsiders. They either can't make 50eur of coins or they think the price won't be as high later.
tl:dr its either an outright scam or they just think its too risky to do themselves.
>>1072339 No. Web anything is shit. If you have a genuine interest in that stuff find a decent job inside a company then work your way out.
Its perrenially undervalued, there are low barriers to entry so supply is high, it looks easy, it takes artistic talent or extensive AB testing and in general a company can farm it out to a contractor for sub-minimum wage.
>>1072313 Why would they? A company is most likely to be listed on its local exchange. Things that affect its value are most likely to happen during the working hours. Traders go home at night, same as everyone else. Why should an exchange be open when the stock prices aren't going to change much if at all?
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