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User avatar #37 - kafudamapla (08/15/2014) [-]
This show is so ******* terrible
User avatar #64 to #37 - mion (08/15/2014) [-]
I actually enjoy it
User avatar #90 to #37 - furiousmarshmellow (08/15/2014) [-]
Is that why it gets thumbed to front page?
User avatar #65 to #37 - voltkills ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
i respectfully disagree
well, half, it went downhill and i stopped watching, it had it moments tho.
User avatar #126 to #37 - amsel (08/15/2014) [-]
I've never seen the show, but the commercials are awful. I almost have to mute the TV every time one comes on because her voice is so shrill and she says such dumb stuff.
#59 to #37 - sispulo ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
but kat dennings tits tho
User avatar #96 to #59 - kristovsky (08/15/2014) [-]
They are proof of the writers knowledge that the show was a pile of **** from the start.
#12 - iatedub (08/15/2014) [-]
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User avatar #38 - padawonjohn (08/15/2014) [-]
THIS AINT NO GIF
User avatar #101 to #38 - sammae (08/15/2014) [-]
idontknowwhatiexpected.gif
User avatar #50 to #38 - uniowl (08/15/2014) [-]
doubble negative. so it is a gif?
User avatar #76 to #50 - homebray (08/15/2014) [-]
recognizes slang, yet tries to grammar correct regardless. so you are a faggot?
#84 to #76 - becauseyoutoldmeto (08/15/2014) [-]
or nah... calm down
User avatar #2 - alphabetagama (08/15/2014) [-]
>Not choosing a degree that has low number of people taking it (Supply and demand mother ******* ).
>Not trying for two degrees (STEM benefits, Social sciences are social for a reason, Art benefits greatly).
>Not interning during summer or even during classes.
>Not taking online courses.
>Not sucking up to people you intern for.
>Not having any project on resume.
>Not a part of national frat in your field of interest.
>Not having a 3.5 or up cumulative GPA.
>Not being in honors.
>Not volunteering to build resume.
>2014

Yup.
User avatar #5 to #2 - sciencexplain (08/15/2014) [-]
I sum mine up as:

>Not picking an engineering sub-branch of chemistry and never getting a relevant job for the rest of your life
User avatar #30 to #5 - alphabetagama (08/15/2014) [-]
Humans Need Not Apply Nobody is safe.
User avatar #66 to #30 - meierme (08/15/2014) [-]
although that video is shocking, I didn't see engineers on the list. i'm really counting on that because im going to school right now to become a mechanical engineer.
User avatar #147 to #66 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
You are the one who is going to **** us over so yeah... You are safe for now as well.
User avatar #157 to #147 - meierme (08/16/2014) [-]
mechanical engineer, not robotics engineer. two different fields.
User avatar #79 to #66 - spceinvdr (08/15/2014) [-]
electrical engineer to-be reporting in
User avatar #14 to #5 - romanprinsonerr ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
so if I stay in pure chemistry i'm ****** ?
User avatar #17 to #14 - sciencexplain (08/15/2014) [-]
Not gonna lie to you buddy, the market isn't good for me at the moment. It might pick up, but you can't see the future. Make your decision, but be smart about it. Pure chemistry usually takes 4 years straight to master degree, and the market can fluctuate, but because of the amount of ChemEng students meeting the demand, you might work out well with that one. So, really, I don't know. Ponder it and make your choice, but it's better to do what you enjoy.
User avatar #23 to #17 - romanprinsonerr ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
Well I have wondered about it but It would require me changing schools when I'm just getting into my junior year so there's that with transferring classes and having to start from scratch in engineering. my plan right now is to start research this year and do that for three years(I'm on that 5-year plan)and go straight into my masters at the same university(and do some more research) and see where that gets me, although I really see myself going into teaching
User avatar #54 to #23 - apurpleliger (08/15/2014) [-]
I'm no expert on the field, but I'd imagine going into teaching is a fairly safe area, assuming you understand the pay and don't get yourself into more debt than you can handle.
User avatar #7 to #5 - ruinsage (08/15/2014) [-]
Or just not picking an education in science.
User avatar #8 to #7 - sciencexplain (08/15/2014) [-]
Well, there's actually a lot of money to be had in science. I don't know about the supply & demand levels, but it seems that if you go for some sort of scientific engineering, there's a good chance of a steady pay job.
User avatar #9 to #8 - ruinsage (08/15/2014) [-]
I'm about to start as a robotics engineer, I think that pays rather well
User avatar #10 to #9 - sciencexplain (08/15/2014) [-]
That sounds... Pretty bitchin'. Never done anything robotics, though. What a-levels did you need to go on to do that?
User avatar #103 to #10 - ruinsage (08/15/2014) [-]
I'm danish, so I have no idea what you are talking about.
User avatar #106 to #103 - sciencexplain (08/15/2014) [-]
It's, like, the qualifications you get after main school, when you're about 17 years old.
User avatar #108 to #106 - ruinsage (08/15/2014) [-]
We don't have things like that. In order to qualify for university (or college or whatever), you need certain high school courses at a certain level, between A and C (I had physics and math A, chemistry B, Chinese A, Danish and history A (those last two are mandatory)). Applicants are then accepted according to who has the highest grades on average. Luckily, most science educations in Denmark have higher capacity than applicants, so you can get in pretty much anywhere as long as you pass high school with the right courses, or you can take them afterwards if you had the wrong courses during high school
User avatar #109 to #108 - sciencexplain (08/15/2014) [-]
That's better than in the UK. You gotta do GCSEs to qualify for A-Level, do A-Level to apply for Uni and you have to pick Universities before you get your A-Level results. It's a bit muddled up for sure.
User avatar #154 to #109 - ruinsage (08/16/2014) [-]
Yeah, that sounds ****** up
User avatar #155 to #154 - ruinsage (08/16/2014) [-]
wrong comment
User avatar #111 to #109 - ruinsage (08/15/2014) [-]
I am quite pleased with our educational system, it's too bad that the government is trying really hard to save money on education
User avatar #112 to #111 - sciencexplain (08/15/2014) [-]
The educational system isn't too bad in the UK, it's the healthcare that's ****** . Too much focus on saving money, so much so that doctors have to keep their prescribed medicines and referrals to a minimum number or suffer payment punishments.
User avatar #15 to #10 - gomugomuno (08/15/2014) [-]
i did maths, physics, electronics and computing for my a-levels. then did BEng in mechanical engineering at university. followed by masters in mechatronics
User avatar #150 to #15 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
"BEng"
What is that?
User avatar #159 to #150 - gomugomuno (08/16/2014) [-]
Bachelors in engineering
User avatar #160 to #159 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
Oh...
I am a dumbass...
User avatar #18 to #15 - sciencexplain (08/15/2014) [-]
**** ... I would love to try that out, but they don't do electronics as an A-Level aftercourse and I don't even know what Engineering entails, unless it's Chemical Engineering. Mechatronics sounds badass as **** , though.
User avatar #13 to #2 - ehzio ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
online courses are a bitch though
User avatar #74 to #13 - applesdontpee (08/15/2014) [-]
if you ever need a kick in the time management part of you pants
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User avatar #53 to #13 - apurpleliger (08/15/2014) [-]
Yeah I'm not a fan of online courses either, but I think the point was that they're considerably more affordable, and thus better than not going to school at all or wasting money on classes that aren't important to your degree.
User avatar #29 to #13 - alphabetagama (08/15/2014) [-]
Better than nothing.
User avatar #31 to #29 - ehzio ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
honestly, I'd rather go to lecture than go online. that way I can at least put my effort by being there and i can then get help from people rather than google
User avatar #32 to #31 - alphabetagama (08/15/2014) [-]
Skype, IM, e-mail.
All direct forms of communication.
But I understand. I only physically take important classes.
User avatar #33 to #32 - ehzio ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
true but I still feel physical communication makes a greater impact on knowledge
User avatar #39 to #2 - sliferzpwns (08/15/2014) [-]
>Not being in honors.
>Not volunteering to build resume.

These ****** my school up. It was so cultist with nepotism ******** , when we all graduated a ******** of awards nobody was told about by guidance counselors were given out to all of the teacher's relatives and children.
User avatar #42 to #39 - alphabetagama (08/15/2014) [-]
If in U.S.A. make a complaint to ministry of education for corruption.
User avatar #47 to #42 - sliferzpwns (08/15/2014) [-]
Could I do that?
User avatar #144 to #47 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
P.S. If you manage to get that then consult a lawyer about it.
User avatar #143 to #47 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
Yes. But just make sure you don't complain to a corrupt official. I.e. Dead of school.
As long as you can prove with papers what they did (awards had to be documented in some way and you can provide a statement that they are related) you have a solid case.
User avatar #93 to #2 - imalex (08/15/2014) [-]
******* hell they have it hard in the us

-Norwegian
User avatar #139 to #93 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
You know what is funny?
I am Bosnian.
I got out of my sit tier country with my hard work.

Americans scream: " THEY TOOK OUR JOBS!"
Well if they weren't so lazy I would be able to leave my **** homeland. So yeah-
"DAMN RIGHT I TOOK YOUR JOB." - my response.
#102 to #93 - expand (08/15/2014) [-]
go school
get job

thanks Solberg
#104 to #102 - expand (08/15/2014) [-]
or Stoltenberg
User avatar #105 to #104 - imalex (08/15/2014) [-]
nooo

Go to school
do decent
get a job that is far from minimum wage
thanks Stoltenberg and a system that doesnt try to **** everyone over
#113 to #2 - anon (08/15/2014) [-]
>MFW your 3.5 GPA and internship won't mean jack on your resume if you don't have 5 years paid previous experience, a masters, or godly references.
User avatar #163 to #113 - nigeltheoutlaw (08/16/2014) [-]
Internships count as experience though.
User avatar #115 to #2 - elcreepo ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
Wait wait wait wait

Hold the **** up

I have to intern nowadays?

As in, work for no pay? ******* ... I'll lick your ass clean so long as you sign my paycheck, but godammit doing it for free just is a step too far... it's enough to be in honors or to keep a good GPA up while taking seven classes (online included).
User avatar #138 to #115 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
Seven classes? We talk in credit hours here.
Well intern in summer in a position of your field. Work experience = huge resume boost.
User avatar #167 to #138 - elcreepo ONLINE (08/17/2014) [-]
21 credit hours then.

Medical internships only happen after med school, I've found, and for nursing they do "interning" during clinical.

So I suppose volunteer work is all that I can do.
User avatar #168 to #167 - alphabetagama (08/17/2014) [-]
Something is better than nothing.
User avatar #120 to #2 - infinitereaper (08/15/2014) [-]
>not being able to feed yourself
User avatar #140 to #120 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
>Not learning to cook or learning how to manage 2000 calories per day.
User avatar #60 to #2 - hoponthefeelstrain (08/15/2014) [-]
okay I get this but why study something you hate and get stuck in a job you know you're going to hate? My major is pre-med and my minor is chemistry but if I sucked at chemistry would it really be smart for me to take chemistry classes and pursue a career in that field?
User avatar #141 to #60 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
That is why you double major in fields you like or fields that go hand in hand.
E.g. Physics + Math. Both need each other OR Psychology + Business (management focus), look at all them leader skills.
User avatar #94 to #60 - akkere (08/15/2014) [-]
The best you can hope to do is try to go out there and find something that interests you and see if you can find something you can live with. Stephen King had to make ends meet as a teacher before his first major hit Carrie had a breakthrough (a hit that could very well have never been seen, had his wife not retrieved it from the garbage!).
There's careers where you can fill your passions, and there's careers where you can guarantee success. Sometimes these are closely aligned, sometimes it takes a LOT of effort and know-how to make it aligned, and as a result you may have to take a seperate route to guarantee the other.
#70 to #60 - blancka (08/15/2014) [-]
Getting a job doing what you love is great, but you need to be realistic. Huge amounts of people choose things like arts degrees, english and other degrees with little job opportunity and then whine about it when they can't get a job.

As a general rule, anything with computers or science is the way to go these days for better likelyhood of employment.
User avatar #98 to #70 - hoponthefeelstrain (08/15/2014) [-]
Yea I know but why clog up the science and technology classes with kids who aren't good or interested in **** like that? it'd be highschool all over again.
#99 to #98 - blancka (08/15/2014) [-]
Because if they take ****** degrees with no thought of afterwards jobs they end up on social welfare damaging the economy
#121 to #2 - nigeltheoutlaw (08/15/2014) [-]
>can't double major since i have to work
>frats cost money
>can't afford unpaid internships since I have to work
>can't volunteer much since I have to work
>GPA isn't great since I work so much
>don't have time for honors since I work so much

Working and not having money kinda ***** all of these great ideas. inb4 some sperglord says to apply for aid based scholarships; can't get them since my mom makes so much money, but that doesn't mean I get any of it.
User avatar #137 to #121 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
**** son. Have you considered a fed loan at 3.5% rate?
User avatar #162 to #137 - nigeltheoutlaw (08/16/2014) [-]
I'm taking subsidized loans, but unsub loans are over 6% interest, and it accumulates interest the second you take them, so I'm keeping it as an absolute last resort.
User avatar #164 to #162 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
Shieeeeeet.png
Have you considered begging mom for money?
#69 to #2 - thelastelephant (08/15/2014) [-]
I work with two lawyers, a CS/Political Science major, and a qualified cook in one kitchen.   
   
We all love our job.   
   
 gif related, it's how I feel in comparison
I work with two lawyers, a CS/Political Science major, and a qualified cook in one kitchen.

We all love our job.

gif related, it's how I feel in comparison
#40 to #2 - anon (08/15/2014) [-]
The market can change much while you are studying - one cannot predict if a degree will give you acess to any jobs in the future.
User avatar #41 to #40 - alphabetagama (08/15/2014) [-]
CGP Gray - Humans need not apply.
User avatar #100 to #41 - thebaseballexpert (08/15/2014) [-]
CGP Grey*
User avatar #142 to #100 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
Sorry. I don't have English spell check installed.
User avatar #51 to #40 - apurpleliger (08/15/2014) [-]
One can predict that journalism, art, philosophy, and gender studies degrees will not get you a job. Or at least, that's what I thought. But a lot of people still seem to be getting those degrees, and worse yet, they're surprised when they can't find a job in their field. So maybe most people can't predict that. There are degrees and universities you can choose that will almost guarantee you a job, provided you're capable of earning the degree. And if you're not capable of doing that, you shouldn't be wasting your money at a four year university.
User avatar #169 to #51 - apurpleliger (08/24/2014) [-]
I found the three liberal arts majors
User avatar #11 to #2 - cupcakescankill (08/15/2014) [-]
but muh gender studies degree

muh art degree

muh philosophy degree
User avatar #28 to #11 - alphabetagama (08/15/2014) [-]
Because Liberals.
#34 to #2 - nthmetal (08/15/2014) [-]
And when you do all this useless 			****		, you get a job where you spend half your time googling how to do your job and the other half on funnyjunk.
And when you do all this useless **** , you get a job where you spend half your time googling how to do your job and the other half on funnyjunk.
User avatar #35 to #34 - alphabetagama (08/15/2014) [-]
Ah but at least you have a job.
User avatar #52 to #34 - apurpleliger (08/15/2014) [-]
That's what the interning is for, so that you will actually have experience in your field when you get out of college.
#16 to #2 - unholyjebus (08/15/2014) [-]
I'm from the UK. MFW half of these.
I'm from the UK. MFW half of these.
#25 to #16 - bababuey (08/15/2014) [-]
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User avatar #27 to #16 - alphabetagama (08/15/2014) [-]
I know but I am a foreigner in US. This is my way out, so I can leave my **** tier country.
User avatar #58 to #27 - greyhoundfd (08/15/2014) [-]
Here's a piece of advice: If you want a way out of the states take a job in a new science field, especially one related to biology. In the united states controversy over those positions means that there tend to be less, but outside of the US, especially in places like China or Europe, there will be far more positions because restrictions aren't as widespread.
#71 to #58 - anon (08/15/2014) [-]
***** just said the US was his way out
User avatar #72 to #71 - greyhoundfd (08/15/2014) [-]
My bad, thought he meant "this" as in college.
User avatar #145 to #58 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
Thanks for advice but I don't have tolerance for biology (I like to know how nature i.e. life works down to cellular level but actually forcefully studding it would kill me).

My plan is to get my two degrees and get a job in US.
Get you know what...
Get my family out.
Get masters in my fields.
Learn German, Spanish and Italian (I know some German I just need some classes).
Get my ass to Europe.
Hopefully get into Norway, Swiss, Austria, Germany, Sweden (any of those will do).
Then start a family while listening the song: "Like a BOSS".
User avatar #166 to #145 - greyhoundfd (08/17/2014) [-]
Pretty close to my plan, I'm hoping to get a physics degree and then head off to Germany to work in some of the labs they have going in places like CERN. German is a relatively easy language to learn if you know English as a first language, so I'd advise that. Who knows, maybe we'll run into each other.
User avatar #48 to #27 - mistafishy (08/15/2014) [-]
It's weird saying it, but what you're doing is what it's all about in the States. Something left-wingers don't seem to get anymore...
User avatar #146 to #48 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
"THEY TOOK OUR JOBS!"
My response: "DAMN RIGHT I DID!".

"Something left-wingers don't seem to get anymore... "
Well when I look at my campus (We are in Missouri) all I see are people who say they WANT to intern AFTER they get the degree.
I don't know why the want it like that.
User avatar #148 to #146 - mistafishy (08/16/2014) [-]
that just sets them back, they should intern while they study or at least in between years, otherwise they'll be stuck with a latent career after they graduate.
User avatar #149 to #148 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
I know but they don't want to hear criticism from me.
Because I **** YOU NOT, one of them said quite literally this: "Why aren't you 'Merican ?" to me.

Because I am a foreigner I get looks all the time.
They think I give a **** about their opinion of me.
That is why I am in National Service Frat.
User avatar #151 to #149 - mistafishy (08/16/2014) [-]
i get the feeling that you'll be alright.
User avatar #153 to #151 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
Have a nice evening internet stranger.
User avatar #62 to #16 - cdsams (08/15/2014) [-]
We live in an environment of extreme wealth and information. This kind of **** is common.
User avatar #55 to #16 - greedtheavaricious ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
And I'm from yougonnagetgasedland.
User avatar #116 to #55 - elcreepo ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
Germany?
#61 - anon (08/15/2014) [-]
Worst ******* show, ever.
#73 - xsap (08/15/2014) [-]
retards that get useless degree and blame the colleges and the country... people from all over the world come to U.S for jobs and education, and get what they came for, don't blame others for your ****** decision to major in a useless ass field and sit at home and cry "muh loan's" "college scammed me :'("

******* dumb asses
#89 to #73 - cptantilles (08/15/2014) [-]
Electrical Engineering man, guaranteed job outta college and tons of internship choices/
User avatar #91 to #73 - silverzepher (08/15/2014) [-]
Well do remember that "female lit" degree is basically the same as being a journalist for 5000000000000 years
User avatar #81 - mikeroofer (08/15/2014) [-]
>All my friends complain about mounting college debt
>I offer them a part time job (3.5 hrs a day, mon-fri) thay pays 100% tuition and books, and bonuses at every semester
>"I mean its not THAT big a deal"
>Racking up tens of thousands of dollars in debt, too lazy to give a ****
>And im just over here debt free getting all my scholarship money back

This is seriously how little my generation cares for their future. And inb4 not everyone can work and succeed in classes, I know loads of full time engineers in my program, and these friends of mine even have jobs, but prefer to work at hollister and American Eagle making alcohol money

Oh and inb4 no friends because im on the internet
#86 to #81 - cptantilles (08/15/2014) [-]
what kind of job do you have and where do I get it.
User avatar #136 to #86 - mikeroofer (08/16/2014) [-]
Im in management now but its open to all 3rd shift employees at UPS next day air sort (3rd shift) at SDF (louisville ky)
User avatar #88 to #81 - toxicplague (08/15/2014) [-]
is that job offer open in Tampa Florida XD?
#92 to #81 - silenttortoise (08/15/2014) [-]
I feel you man. I had my own landscaping business for my first two years of college and it was nearly impossible to get any of my piers to work ($12/hr+tips) for more than a day or two, just because it "wasn't fun" or "too difficult." It was pathetic. Or, they'd work for a couple days, make a few hundred bucks, and then quit and spend all the money on booze, weed and getting pussy.
I saved up $7,000, bought an Audi and paid for two semestersa year of uni+4 months rent.
User avatar #128 to #92 - dudeyouisnasty (08/15/2014) [-]
I hear you, I used to work in landscaping, its not easy work, but man can it pay good for part time work.
#131 to #128 - silenttortoise (08/16/2014) [-]
I loved it though, especially since I owned my own business. It is really cool to see a total crap hole yard become a self-watering masterpiece that you designed. Plus... The money is crazy, and you get paid to tan/bulk up. At times, I debate dropping out of college and just going back to landscaping, but... Eh.
User avatar #132 to #131 - dudeyouisnasty (08/16/2014) [-]
I like diesel mechanics more. It was a great job though.
#130 to #81 - octagon (08/15/2014) [-]
Im calling shenanigans. theres NO way. Unless its like a drug dealer. Or like a Tuition limit cap.

3.5 hours? A micheal bay movie's worth? Every weekend off? STOP it. you are just being cruel with your lies...
User avatar #134 to #130 - mikeroofer (08/16/2014) [-]
UPS at SDF night sort. Via the "metro college program" at either UOFL or JCTC.
User avatar #152 to #81 - alphabetagama (08/16/2014) [-]
I'll keep you at a click of a button.
Just in case I need some advice or there is a job nearby you know of.
Yes I am being this blunt and honest.
User avatar #158 to #152 - mikeroofer (08/16/2014) [-]
Not a bad idea, friend
User avatar #82 to #81 - SuperHyperCrazy (08/15/2014) [-]
I think your friends might be retarded.
#83 to #82 - anon (08/15/2014) [-]
And I mean really, its not just them. Just about anybody at my school (~22k when i checked last) is offerred the same thing. And its painfully easy work. Its unionized labour. Im sorry but im passionate about this type of ignorance especially when people complain about it
User avatar #87 to #83 - SuperHyperCrazy (08/15/2014) [-]
I totally agree with you. It wouldn't even have to be easy work, for 3.5 hours a day 5 days a week I'd pick lice out of children's hair if it paid off loans.
#95 to #81 - Vegeto (08/15/2014) [-]
**Vegeto rolled image**   
   
I would drag my dick across a mile of broken glass to have that job. I 			****		 thee not.
**Vegeto rolled image**

I would drag my dick across a mile of broken glass to have that job. I **** thee not.
User avatar #127 to #95 - dudeyouisnasty (08/15/2014) [-]
Speedway gas stations have a tuition assistance program, they help you get through college with as little debt as possible.
User avatar #122 to #81 - nigeltheoutlaw (08/15/2014) [-]
Hory **** , where is that job at?
User avatar #135 to #122 - mikeroofer (08/16/2014) [-]
UPS at SDF next day air sort (3rd shift)
User avatar #161 to #135 - nigeltheoutlaw (08/16/2014) [-]
I'd take it if I could.
User avatar #43 - chickenbones (08/15/2014) [-]
I know a guy that did a two year computer science degree, and then got his MySQL and oracle database license, and is making more than a guy that went to school for fur years as a database administrator. Work smart, not hard.
User avatar #46 to #43 - alphabetagama (08/15/2014) [-]
Work smarter and harder.
Taking any certification costs about 200$ (books, training etc.)
But when you have a degree and a license.
Money starts flowing.
User avatar #119 to #43 - advicedude (08/15/2014) [-]
Going to community college for 2 years with full ride scholarship, transferring to University of Illinois for Computer Science. Proud I got a prosperous future ahead of me.
User avatar #156 to #119 - chickenbones (08/16/2014) [-]
I'm jelly, I'm 24 and have yet to go to college full time, I would love a scholarship, buuut convincing people to give me money was never one of my strong suits.
User avatar #165 to #156 - advicedude (08/16/2014) [-]
yeah imo the scholarships ideas are all bs but if you get money whatever youknow
User avatar #56 to #43 - bitchitroll (08/15/2014) [-]
how many normal years is fur years?
#36 - yournaivemother (08/15/2014) [-]
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#77 - kameken ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
Maybe take classes that teach usable skills.
User avatar #26 - bababuey (08/15/2014) [-]
I heard people watch this show only for bewbs.
#6 - ExorArgus (08/15/2014) [-]
This is why i'm doing food science, science degree that you can pretty easily get a job in this field with. ******* gotta eat. WITH SCIENCE
User avatar #19 - PenguinsOfMars (08/15/2014) [-]
My brother is out of work after having a degree and 4 years job experience

I just got out of basic training and have am guaranteed a job for at least 4 years as long as i don't **** up

gg no re
User avatar #22 - meganinja ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
MFW I'm getting a history degree and perfectly fine with not having the best available job pool out there.

I want to be a teacher because of the summers off. I'm not exactly lazy, but my priorities are in such an order that I'd rather have less money for less work compared to more money for more work.
User avatar #118 - princessren (08/15/2014) [-]
this nice old man who owned his own Christmas tree business in the winter was talking to my family when we were on the lot
and he told us it was important to get an education because it shows employers you can and are willing to learn
take that as you will, I just felt like sharing
User avatar #1 - evilanakie ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
what the **** even is whippets
User avatar #3 to #1 - ssjkirby (08/15/2014) [-]
Nitrous oxide found in small metal cannisters used in refillable whipped cream cannisters. Used as an inhalant drug to get high.
User avatar #4 to #1 - pwnagraphy (08/15/2014) [-]
Fun
#20 - critizer (08/15/2014) [-]
one of the worst shows imo, especially because that big boobs girl is trying to hard to be funny
#44 - pewdiepieisbestpie ONLINE (08/15/2014) [-]
Fixed*

Removed the cancer
User avatar #49 to #44 - notstill (08/15/2014) [-]
It wasn't cancer this time though
User avatar #133 - theexplodingcheez (08/16/2014) [-]
never met a soul who likes this show
User avatar #123 - psyachu (08/15/2014) [-]
They probably got a philosophy degree or some sort of art degree. If you really want to find a job after college, go into something more practical such as accounting, nursing, education, CIS, etc. Getting a degree in 14th century English Literature is not going to get you a job unless you search EVERYWHERE, and that's still not likely.
#124 to #123 - anon (08/15/2014) [-]
how bout you study whateverer the **** is your vocation? I'm in third year of Mechanical Engineering and I regret every second of not going for psychology from the start. They might have a harder time finding a job, but when they do at least they'll be happy doing it
User avatar #125 to #124 - psyachu (08/15/2014) [-]
Well, I have nothing against going into psychology. It may not be the EASIEST job to get, but there are jobs out there and you can find one if you look. I was speaking against majoring in some sort of art, philosophy, or whatever. If you were going in psychology, I'd root for you.
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