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originally posted by: bluesman462002
originally posted by: Benevolent Heretic
originally posted by: seasonal
As a skilled trades man, we are treated as knuckle dragging idiots.
Oh, my God! Who treats you like that?
But the computer programmer who makes half of what a master craftsman makes thinks we are somehow beneath them.
Why do you say that? How do you know what they think of you?
Sound like some serious assuming is going on...
I Work in A Middle School and I'M a Janitor.
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originally posted by: Aazadan
a reply to: raymundoko
I wasn't thinking about those types of degrees. I assume people who care about being employed also care enough to get some sort of skills/qualifications for the jobs they want. If you're trying to be a doctor and you get an English degree you're probably going to have a bad time. If the job you want requires grad school though, then I think there's a place for easy majors because it means you can take something that pads your GPA, isn't overly intensive, and is easy to take alongside the classes you actually do need.