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Anonymous 15/11/18(Wed)03:47 No. 16245 ID: dd0d0b
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Best STEM degree?


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Anonymous 15/12/07(Mon)04:13 No. 16257 ID: 14c5a1

Computer science if you only care about money.


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Nazi+Icktor 15/12/08(Tue)03:59 No. 16258 ID: 6db675

>>16257
I do not think it the best STEM major only if you like money. If you like working with and making new clean technology for others to use rightly then it is a good major for you.

My credibility: I solved the Hodge Conjecture - certainly, proved it at least.


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Nazi Icktor 15/12/08(Tue)04:00 No. 16259 ID: 6db675

>>16257
test


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Nazi Icktor 15/12/08(Tue)04:01 No. 16260 ID: 6db675

>>16245
>>16257
I do not think it the best STEM major only if you like money. If you like working with and making new clean technology for others to use rightly then it is a good major for you.

My credibility: I solved the Hodge Conjecture - certainly, proved it at least.


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Anonymous 16/03/20(Sun)06:50 No. 16301 ID: 4439d2

Best degree is the one you enjoy. If you enjoy Chemistry but not Computers, Computer Science would be a poor choice.

You have to define what "Best" means.

If it's only money, petroleum engineers are paid well. Computer Science will get you a job, but you'll have to put in a lot of work to stand out. Maths is not so good unless you plan to go into academia, but can be a nice add-on as a second bachelors.


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Anonymous 16/04/10(Sun)01:53 No. 16315 ID: bb4d9b

>>16301
petroleum engineers will either make a shit ton of money or they'll be jobless. It really depends on the market and if there are any jobs available.


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chaosreader 16/06/13(Mon)19:49 No. 16329 ID: 898619
16329

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I'm guessing HVAC repair would be the best STEM major for you. Really though, study what you want to learn about. Look at your college's 300 (or 3000) level classes and above. Decide which ones you want to do. Find twenty of those in the same major and that's your major. If you can't find a job after you graduate sign up at your local state U for a master's certificate in something you can get a job at. (not master's degree, certificates are 5 -6 classes, about a year / tear and a half of night school)


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Anonymous 20/12/29(Tue)21:57 No. 17178 ID: 6cedb9

What


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Anonymous 21/01/16(Sat)16:44 No. 17212 ID: ccd333

>>16245
Why is this so complicated?
You want to find a nice girl to marry and a job that people are going to need you for.

You don't need to tell everyone your second degree is mathematics. If you think a second degree in mathematics is going to help you do something people need, then go for it. But the degree itself is just bragging and misleading. It's not the degree. It's you.

You are the ship you need to sail. We do not all sail the same. Master your craft, whatever it is, and people will like you.



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