What did you study in university? I start soon and will major in economics and minor in mathematics and accounting.
>will major in economics
econ major here, graduated this last spring
I work as a shift manager in a coffee shop
I really suggest you to switch your major unless you plan on going to grad school
>tfw I can get jobs that pay $200,000+ while libitards cry about their worthless liberal arts degree
>tfw fresh out of college and no debt
>tfw can put down 100% on a nice house
>tfw can have an expensive wedding in France
electrical engineering and a masters in physics
I had to take a 300 level social "sciences" elective to graduate. That's where the local russian jew professor tried to teach me that there is no such thing as race and a racist is one who believes in races. He then went on for the rest of the semester making us feel bad for native americans because our mascot was named after their race.
>graduated this last spring
So, it's only iffy that you get a shit job with an econ degree.
Start looking for an actual job worthy of your degree, Anon. It doesn't hurt to look around for jobs.
Double major in History and Philosophy, minor in Economics.
I didn't. I joined the military, and used the 100k I had after my four years to start flipping houses. Six years later, I don't even do that anymore. I own three apartments building and make 80k a year doing barely anything.
I've been looking for a while, I think my problem is that I live in a pretty shitty area for jobs, but I don't have the money to relocate yet
>It's a popular major for a reason
because it's fairly easy, I would argue that if you're going into banking that finance would probably be better
It's a jack of all trades deal
you mean with their new international bank deal?
At this point it's small fry, but it's a good move towards more competition in the international finance market, which is dominated completely by the US and the Washington accord
However I question the effectiveness of the BRICS in keeping a stable political front with that bank
Did you do 4 or 5 years?
I'm doing a double major in English and Philosophy, and I don't really have room outside of my required courses to branch out into another subject. I have 6 electives for 4 years, and I'm going into my 4th year.
Stop pretending that your history degree has anything to do with your position other than the fact that you needed some bachelor's degree to get into law school, you're not fooling anyone.
Congratulations on passing your bar exam, though, which state were you in?
It only redpilled me. We hated sociologyfags at the sjw department but wouldn't come out and say it.
It's not lucrative at all most likely, but I enjoyed it. I'm considering going for a trade to get a big boy job.
Theres not a ton I can do with econ+certs unless you're talking about going into trades or some shit
I might have to go back to grad school, I'm not really sure that I want to do that though
plus dat gre
but why even major in it, you literally can read these books on your own and the books you find outside of college dont have all the propaganda in it
unless daddy is a partner in a law firm and you are going that route which is based as fuck
>Got over 400 hours of study since last month.
Eu estudei 2 anos. 8 horas por dia, 6 dias por semana pra tentar entrar na PF. Acabei entrando na Civil de Santa Catarina. Mas vale a pena trabalhar pro Estado, acredite em mim. Vos falo diretamente da delegacia, que está quase vazia, sem trabalho, assim como na maioria das noites.
De qualquer maneira, boa sorte, anão.
it's a good documentary. it's about a homeless child problem your country had, probably still has. not sure. you're growing at like 1 percent or something.
I am scared that BRIC makes no sense because such a small amount of capital is being put up.
How does that help infrastructure? It makes little economic sense
good luck anon
When I was 13 in the Irish Junior cert, I devised a Science project that took water samples at different levels of a major river, and over a period of time, the samples would be tested for pollution, I was basically targeting a Big Pharma company that was situated halfway through the river's course.
The big Pharma company had just settled out of court to pay a farmer who claimed his water had been poisoned.
The project was college/university level in design.
> mfw I got beat up a lot by the headmaster
> mfw I was kicked out of the school and told to do my project somewhere else
> mfw I never completed High School/Secondary School
Anybody ever fight Big Pharma, and get beat.
I shouldn't have went to university in the first place but fell to the scam because 18 year old me was a good goy. I bounced around majors at first but settled into history because I know it well and didn't want to be a dropout.
>and the books you find outside of college dont have all the propaganda in it
Academic history books are pretty much propaganda free. It's part of why we hate sharing a building with the sociology department.
Damn, I work for an Ohio law school as a "get me through college" job, I though we could have been the best of friends.
My cousin was in tort law, had his own firm in Atlanta, so it's obviously good. You should probably admit that while it's good to hope for private practice, law students should expect being treated like shit as a paralegal now.
> mfw I realized the company was stolen from Germany in WWI
> mfw now that the town that host's big Pharma company is regarded as one of the poorest places to live in Ireland.
> mfw I read salary of Big Pharma in this thread
> mfw I realize why they get payed soo much.
Currently majoring in Management Information Systems.
Did I do good /pol/ ?
FUCK YOU AMERICA, YOU THIEVING RACE OF DEGENERATES.
YOUR DAYS ARE NUMBERED
YOU'RE NOT FOREVER
No, seriously, I will have to go for a PhD to get a "reasonable" job. Otherwise I will end up homeless and shooting up heroine. Even then I will become insane, but at least I can say that I did not convert to plebeian applied stuff. Statistics is fine, has a way better job outlook than my crap.
Also the 300k starting thing is an old maymay from /sci/,
Neat, dude. I'll be the first to lol. My father was a crim investigator(still is) when I was in college, so all four years I had a paid internship at the DA's office. Better than flipping burgers. At the time some recent ls grads studying for the bar were also doing paid internships there. I can tell you that $10/hr is not enough to pay off ls loans. Law has been "sink in a weighted vest or get rescued by a shitty raft(yacht in the case of private practice)" for a long time, though.
Also, the DA during my time interning later joined her husband in private practice and that's how I got to the position I'm in now. Good family friend.
I'm a Chemistry (with a concentration in Biochemistry) and Dramatic Art double major with a minor in Biology.
The plan is med school because both of my majors are fucking useless straight out of undergrad. If med school doesn't work out I'll probably go into Pharmacology or Electrochemistry for grad school or something.
>Commerce majoring in Finance
My career prospects literally make me want to kill myself, they aren't bad but holy fuck would I rather be doing something different.
Considering getting a double degree with some kind of engineering, which I hope to be able to do through the ADF in ADFA, no idea if they will even want to bother with that however so perhaps I will resign myself to a life of unhappiness
As a hardcore /pol/ lurker who also got a bachelor's in psychology, i could only detect a faint whiff of political correctness in my marriage and family psychology class. professor emphasized feminism real hard for like a day. on the other hand, my sister has been taking history classes with a jewish professor, and in the AMERICAN HISTORY class, he decided to spend half the semester prefacing AMERICAN HISTORY with the "gentile subjugation of the jews". You can't make this stuff up, folks. /pol/ is always right.
i have a comp sci bs and a ms from ga tech
if i could be in your shoes i would have went some type of engineering route in undergrad and follow that into grad school. the money i make is great but i promise you you will be dealing with better people, it has higher prestige, is hard as fuck to get certified so less competition and WAY LESS INDIANS like almost none
also if ur doing the comp sci route because you like coding dont fucking do a cs degree, you can learn coding on your own easily and no one will care about ur cs degree if you can truly code up a storm
I was about to reply but this anon already did it for me.
If you want to learn programming do it independently, CS is a bunch of bullshit usually. Go to engineering if you want the easiest money, though.
I'm only getting 9.50 an hour and I only get 29 hours a week because of the AHA, and I'm still paying off my loans to the point that it will be 8 grand of subsidized debt at the most when I graduate. The only thing that hinders me paying off the loans each semester is studying for my certs; I keep buying materials related to security, and that costs up to a thousand for a package of books and DVDs.
I thought I had it bad, and I knew that law school is expensive, but damn.