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#1 by Btraq on May 23, 2012 - 2:33 AM
The degrees should say “liberal arts”, some of us chose real degrees that will get us jobs (still doing what i love).
#2 by Lady-with-a-degree-in-liberal-arts on May 23, 2012 - 4:38 PM
Btraq, I find your comment a little bit ignorant. What if doing what you love is a degree in “liberal arts”, that degree you call not real… it’s sad that you see things that way. Too bad for you
#3 by Brian on May 24, 2012 - 3:13 AM
Lady-with-a-degree-in-liberal-arts, what if doing what you love is smoking weed and playing video games all day? Doing what you love does not a good decision make.
That degree in liberal arts, while technically “real” very often does not translate into employability. Really, all it reflects is poor planning capability.
How many “women’s studies” classes did you take? If the answer is anything higher than zero, you have demonstrated this point perfectly. A liberal arts degree is a degree in nothing as far as most employers are concerned. It does not provide much in the way of desirable attributes to employers.
Another prime example of poor planning, a degree in veterinary technology. Every woman loves animals and they all want to take care of them, but becoming a veterinarian is difficult and requires intelligence on the far right end of the bell curve, so they spend 20 to 30 thousand dollars on a degree to become a vet tech. The problem is that the job only pays 12 to 16 dollars an hour, and the job market is abysmal (over-saturated with women who made the same mistake) The only way to pay off the degree is to get a job doing something else. Had they been intelligent enough to get their doctorate in veterinary medicine, they’d necessarily be intelligent enough to know that a degree in veterinary technology is essentially worthless.
Presently, 63% of high school graduates go to college immediately after high school. You have to keep in mind that by definition, 50% of the population are “below average”. Those people have to major in something…
#4 by John on May 25, 2012 - 8:19 PM
This person ^ is about as fun/interesting as a plank of wood
#5 by Stolenhate on July 4, 2012 - 4:42 AM
but a plank of wood can be useful. Not always fun or interesting, but always useful
#6 by sales contests on November 17, 2012 - 8:00 AM
Excellent blog here! Also your website loads up fast!
What web host are you using? Can I get your affiliate link to your host?
I wish my website loaded up as fast as yours lol
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