University Grad. Hey guys! Just did up a new sketch, hope you like it. comments always appreciated!! Check out my other work on youtube. www.youtube.com/user/No
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University Grad. Hey guys! Just did up a new sketch, hope you like it. comments always appreciated!! Check out my other work on youtube. www.youtube.com/user/No

Hey guys! Just did up a new sketch, hope you like it. comments always appreciated!! Check out my other work on youtube. www.youtube.com/user/NocturnalComedy

Or join my Facebook page. www.facebook.com/coopersanimation

Coop.

Congratulations! Congratulations! Congratulations...
you graduated TOP of You' d be perfect for Be sure to ask
of the class! You have a our GIANT if they want fries
VERY bright Future! with their meal
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User avatar #1 - bennyandthejets (10/05/2012) [-]
This only happens if you graduate with some degree like folklore.
User avatar #103 to #1 - EdwardNigma ONLINE (10/05/2012) [-]
I'll go ahead and assume if I graduate with "History" I'm up **** creek without a paddle?
User avatar #2 to #1 - bennyandthejets (10/05/2012) [-]
Unless it's different in the states. It isn't like that in Canada.
User avatar #4 to #2 - magicmace (10/05/2012) [-]
Only degrees that land good jobs are math, science, engineering, or tech related.
So the butthurt art majors (probably 50% of the country) cant find a job because no one is willing to hire some one with zero skill.



fun fact: Each year there are 120,000 tech jobs opened in America, and only 40,000 people with degrees to fill them.
User avatar #85 to #4 - gearsct (10/05/2012) [-]
Or... You know, Law, Dentistry, Medicine, Veterinary, PGCE (In the UK), geology, history students are widely considered for jobs. Just **** like sociology and philosophy that can get ****** .
User avatar #117 to #85 - magicmace (10/06/2012) [-]
Yea I only mentioned computer things xP, thanks for adding and not raging.
User avatar #80 to #4 - Fgner (10/05/2012) [-]
Comp sci. People think they're sending our jobs offshore, but it's a load of **** . You don't hire Indians to write software that you intend on anyone using, you hire Americans that you can physically interview, determine if they'll be a good part of their team and test their skills properly, and are physically available for meetings and discussions. But we need skilled programmers, not more programmers. We have people who can't even solve the FizzBuzz problem.
User avatar #5 to #4 - bennyandthejets (10/05/2012) [-]
Exactly what I thought. Thank you for confirming it.
User avatar #89 to #4 - DJstar (10/05/2012) [-]
My major is computer information systems. Am i good? or should i consider switching...
#81 to #4 - kser (10/05/2012) [-]
Would you like to present a source for your wild claims?
User avatar #61 to #4 - HARDSTYLESHUFFLER (10/05/2012) [-]
Then I chose the perfect thing to try and major in.
User avatar #22 to #4 - mynameisnotmike (10/05/2012) [-]
Business* as well
User avatar #14 - analleakage (10/05/2012) [-]
Let's be honest.

How many of you noticed the
the two 'of's in the first panel?

and the two the's in this comment
User avatar #18 to #14 - nocturnalemissions (10/05/2012) [-]
haha I didn't notice, and I DID IT!!!!
#16 to #14 - bitchplzzz (10/05/2012) [-]
Son of a...
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#3 - catballss (10/05/2012) [-]
Poor art majors
#6 - worldofwarcraftdog (10/05/2012) [-]
Chemical Engineer here
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User avatar #10 to #9 - scorcho (10/05/2012) [-]
Informatics engineer here
User avatar #11 to #10 - happygrowman (10/05/2012) [-]
homeless with a laptop here.
User avatar #13 to #10 - TheSoviet (10/05/2012) [-]
marine electrician here
User avatar #15 to #13 - joshwontwon (10/05/2012) [-]
Pre-nursing major here
User avatar #20 to #15 - sandmansniper (10/05/2012) [-]
Epidemiology here
User avatar #12 to #6 - pmadeira (10/05/2012) [-]
studying chemical and biochemical engineering at the moment
#33 to #6 - exploiterguyone (10/05/2012) [-]
Need a dispenser here.
#57 to #33 - worldofwarcraftdog (10/05/2012) [-]
erecting a dispenser!
User avatar #36 - Patheos (10/05/2012) [-]
Going to art college in a year, guys. If any of you live in the Milwaukee area, I'll make sure to spit a little less on your Big Macs.
User avatar #41 - narwhalsforhire (10/05/2012) [-]
there should be an asterisk that this applies to liberal arts majors (sans business and law)
#92 - dirigiblequixote (10/05/2012) [-]
>scroll down
>85% of the comments are about how liberal arts majors are dumb/the people deserve it being jobless
>mfw FJ groups everything that isn't science, math, or business as liberal arts
>mfw science, math, and arguably business are all part of a liberal arts education
#98 to #92 - John Cena (10/05/2012) [-]
Seriously, man. Anything that isn't STEM people just throw out the window. Not to discredit the value of STEM fields, but they aren't the only degrees that contribute to society.
#44 - rgarnett (10/05/2012) [-]
If you don't want to work at McDonalds, stop going for degrees in Liberal Arts and stupid ****
#8 - iyr (10/05/2012) [-]
#30 - maddboiy (10/05/2012) [-]
**maddboiy rolled a random image posted in comment #1379666 at FJ Pony Thread 14 ** mfw i graduate
**maddboiy rolled a random image posted in comment #1379666 at FJ Pony Thread 14 ** mfw i graduate
#73 - grimmwaters ONLINE (10/05/2012) [-]
Oh, you have a majoring degree in Art History?


Hold the onions.
#67 - nsfwanon (10/05/2012) [-]
On the subject of Uni grad's, does anyone here know how hard it would be to get a job as an animator? (preferably 2D cartoon type stuff)

Just wondering because as a job it seems pretty damn awesome.
User avatar #70 to #67 - grandmabetty (10/05/2012) [-]
You probably have more chance if you have some sort of degree thats relevant yeah, but its not easy either way. Lots of people in that industry start off as runners in post-production or something like that, right at the bottom, then work their way up as they work hard and learn from the people above them. But once you have your foot in the door thats the start of your career in animation etc. I guess.
#71 to #70 - nsfwanon (10/05/2012) [-]
I didn't do an Art A-level but I can draw/enjoy it, so I was thinking of doing a foundation Art degree next year (Not even sure if it's a degree, it's basically just a year-long course which lets you get onto nearly any Art-related subject), because it doesn't need A-levels, just creativity/a good portfolio. From that I was thinking of doing an Animation course/degree, and hopefully getting a job to do with that.

It's either that or I become a teacher of some sort. Cheers for the reply!
#86 to #67 - arkbound (10/05/2012) [-]
To answer your question. In 2D it is incredibly hard to het a job, unless you want to move to south korea, or china. Still those jobs aren't going to pay well unless you are really good at creating story boards or key frames. That's what my instructors have told my classmates who want to do 2d animation. My instructor also said that your best bet to become a 2d artist is to be good at both 2d and 3d art.
#106 to #86 - nsfwanon (10/05/2012) [-]
I see. Well I like 3D animation too, I just prefer 2D... I'm more of a cartoon type person haha. I guess it wouldn't hurt to practice both though, even if it just ends up being a hobby. Thanks for the reply though, it's very much appreciated.
#74 - zarcos (10/05/2012) [-]
This is only applicable for liberal arts majors and pure science majors who don't get a PhD.
User avatar #76 to #74 - scelesticfish (10/05/2012) [-]
Pure science majors without PhD's can teach high school and middle school.
User avatar #87 to #76 - zarcos (10/05/2012) [-]
Do you know how hard it is to get a job as a teacher?
User avatar #82 to #76 - pottslande (10/05/2012) [-]
You can also teach at community colleges.

In getting a masters in neurology and an MFA in creative writing. I'll also be going through the EATM program after I get both masters. Lots of opportunities in al those feilds.
#77 to #74 - lazaman (10/05/2012) [-]
Its true. If you're just going to college for a better job. You should go for engineering, or medicine.
Be a nurse, that is literally a guarantee for a good job. My mom was one, and she never had trouble finding a job.
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User avatar #93 to #90 - Durn (10/05/2012) [-]
yuck
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User avatar #95 to #90 - trolljunkusa (10/05/2012) [-]
you are less applicable for a job if you join the military

go to school
you'd rather get treated like whit than get a degree?
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User avatar #114 to #99 - trolljunkusa (10/06/2012) [-]
How about go to college. Obtain minimum requirements to go to OCS. Become an officer, then become a ******* helicopter pilot! You don't get treated like **** , and end up loving life.

I'm only trying to reccomend things to you, just remember that
User avatar #101 to #90 - durkadurka ONLINE (10/05/2012) [-]
Good for you man. It's a decent paying job with great benefits and lots of potential.
#83 - steveface (10/05/2012) [-]
i have friends who went to CAL, UCLA, CSULB, and have their degrees. Im going to community college and i have no degree, joined the military and got hired for LA county fire department and make about $6200 a month starting. They still havent found a job with their degrees. I wouldnt care about it but they were always these people who were assholes and tried to make everyone feel that they were smarter than them just cause of their school.
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#49 - sweetellie (10/05/2012) [-]
Ok, I'm just wondering about something...   
I'm currently at college but I'm not planning on going to university for a multitude of reasons. Is is possible to get good jobs with just A-levels or would it be better in the long run if I did go to uni??
Ok, I'm just wondering about something...
I'm currently at college but I'm not planning on going to university for a multitude of reasons. Is is possible to get good jobs with just A-levels or would it be better in the long run if I did go to uni??
User avatar #51 to #49 - graphenz ONLINE (10/05/2012) [-]
Hmm, I have 5-6 A level subjects, I can't really use them for a lot since it's stuff like Danish, Math, Technology, English etc. rest is B and C but hmm... I'm currently at Uni and loving it, Do you live in Europe or USA?
User avatar #52 to #51 - sweetellie (10/05/2012) [-]
Europe, I live in the UK...
User avatar #53 to #52 - graphenz ONLINE (10/05/2012) [-]
Well, is price a concern for your Uni studies? or are you just not interested in studying. But hmm I would advice taking the Uni course, it's fun, you learn stuff, get great friends, and most of all you can get whatever job you want, as long as it's what you studied for ^^
User avatar #55 to #53 - sweetellie (10/05/2012) [-]
Well yeah that's one of the reasons. it's too expensive, I probably won't be able to deal with the workload, going to uni is for people who are really smart (I'm not) and I don't know what I want to do for a living anyway...
User avatar #56 to #49 - defeats (10/05/2012) [-]
It depends what you want to do, really dude.
User avatar #58 to #49 - infinitereaper (10/05/2012) [-]
Just having a degree in something is incredibly useful
You can always transfer your credits to a university later and complete the last couple of years there, though I'm not sure how Europe works.
#64 to #49 - nsfwanon (10/05/2012) [-]
I've just come out of A-Level, I was thinking of just working too. A degree really does help though, so I'm spending this year trying to figure out what I want to do.

In terms of a 'good job', I suppose you could always just work your way up. I work at McDonalds and some of the managers never went to Uni, they just did courses through the company and now they're on about £25,000 a year I think. Pretty sure Store managers make about £30,000+ (But I think you need a business degree(Which I think you can obtain through McD's) )

Either way, the likelihood of getting a good job is much higher if you get a degree. However getting a good job without one isn't impossible. My advice to you though, is do what you enjoy. You don't want to get a job that pays well but you hate. I for one would rather be poorer but happy.

Hope I helped you.
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User avatar #116 to #69 - sweetellie (10/06/2012) [-]
Basically, we go to secondary school until we're 16 and then after that we have the choice to go to college until we're 18 and the A-levels are the qualifications we get from there. I guess if I was american I'd still be in high school but I dunno lol
User avatar #29 - tigeruppercut (10/05/2012) [-]
Just started maths, hopefully I'll be at least the second one D:
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