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John Smith 17/07/03(Mon)22:18 No. 46109
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Computer science or electrical engineering. What should i study? What would be my job prospects in both fileds?.I live in Estonia so I`m in bad luck because we dont have a Sillicon valley here and there is very little manufacturing going on, so I guess i`d better choose something completely different(like healthcare or the army), but I really want to choose either CS or EE. I`m not chosing computer enginering because I think that it offers much less jobs than software development(especially web dev), while with EE i`m thinking that i could come in handy in a variety of places, not to mention I could just start out as a simple electrician with a degree(thus more qualified and more promising career). But i`m scared to take EE because it`s engineering and I`m afraid I will suck at it, because it`s kinda hard right? Also there are little engineering jobs here, but more front end web dev jobs(which I sincerely hate).
So please help decide my future because I do hae to make a decision fast and I dont want to fuck up my life. Thank you!


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John Smith 17/07/04(Tue)21:04 No. 46110

First, thanks for dropping by to visit us all the way from /eh/stonia.

Whichever of the two subjects you choose not to study in school could potentially be learned on your own, so don't forget that when pursuing your dreams.


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John Smith 17/07/17(Mon)02:28 No. 46138

Don't be afraid that your gonna fuck up your life by choosing the wrong career path John

Personally choose whichever you have the most experience in if your not experienced in either than ask your self 'Do I have a creative side to me?' by creative do you have the desire to make stuff work

If you do then try CS if not and assuming your good at math or prepared to become good at math, electrical engineering is a fine career path

Sincerely John


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John Smith 17/07/23(Sun)21:56 No. 46154

>>46109
Hey John,

John here. I'm taking Electrical Engineering and going into my third year at school. I dont know what your skills/situation is, but I know electrical engineering and computer science have a lot of uses. I would recommend reading about the classes or projects that a CS or EE might do.

Dont worry about the money, you can make tons or little money in any science/engineering field. It just largely depends on how out going you are/willing to do learning outside the classroom. It also doesn't hurt to be decent at talking to folks and make friends.


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John Smith 17/07/25(Tue)12:10 No. 46156

>>46154
>It just largely depends on how out going you are/willing to do learning outside the classroom. It also doesn't hurt to be decent at talking to folks and make friends.


Isn't that true for every aspect of life?



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