To All College Students Ever. Don't major in something useless like Women's Studies. Well I' med or in philosophy That' s good because they Just opened up that
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User avatar #2 - dispensa (05/19/2013) [-]
Learn what you want to learn, whatever the **** your passion is, learn dildos if that makes you happy, just don't expect to live off of something not profitable enough.
Don't complain about the economy if your degree in the history of acinent mayan sports won't give you a job.
I respect people that go for an obscure degree, not because of the money, but because it's a passion of theirs, because they really are interested. And frankly, i don't think we have the right to judge them for that.

jesus christ why am i voicing my opinion on the internet, i should know better.
User avatar #6 to #2 - colonoscopy (05/20/2013) [-]
Philosophy actually has a high employability rate in England.
User avatar #8 to #6 - ctenop (05/20/2013) [-]
I'm doing that next year at Uni I hope, Jobs are hard to get in the field, but any degree helps with most jobs, especially the ones like english, history, psychology (though psychologist would make more sense) and philosophy. Hoping to get joint honours in Psychology and Philosophy
User avatar #10 to #8 - colonoscopy (05/20/2013) [-]
Most people who aren't teenagers on funnyjunk realise how difficult such subjects are, and a good grade in them shows you to be an incredibly intelligent person.
User avatar #14 to #10 - ctenop (05/20/2013) [-]
Looking at courses, what seemed interesting: Philosophy, Philosophy and Psychology Joint Hons, Politics philosophy and economics, Philosophy and social anthropology and Psychology/psychology with clinical psychology
User avatar #12 to #10 - ctenop (05/20/2013) [-]
Oh yeah, joint honours? I'm ******** myself, will be so hard. But try and give 100% (except when giving blood). Any degree shows you can apply yourself, have a decent level of intelligence and have some extra knowledge
#7 to #2 - talked ONLINE (05/20/2013) [-]
I mostly agree with your point, however... Say you do go for your passion of underwater basket weaving... How are you helping society progress? Cool, you're doing what you like, but what are you doing for humanity?
User avatar #15 to #7 - dispensa (05/20/2013) [-]
Happy people tend to be nice people, following one's passion is one of the best ways of being happy.

But well, personally I like to help humanitiy's future, I'm an electronics engineer apprentice, planning to go more into robotics or maybe even go to an university focusing on astrophysics. Luckily electronics and sciences in general are my passion.
I don't see why people prefer to follow their passion instead of helping society either, to be honest. But if they prefer their passion over society's future, it has to be quite important for them, so I don't want to judge them for that.

There are enough people helping society, personally I think, if people don't do the stupidest thing like doing reality TV or some other crap, they deserve to be left unjudged, or atleast unbullied by the media and society in general.
#11 - anon (05/20/2013) [-]
This so ******* much. People need to stop wasting their time and money on useless degrees and get something they can actually find a job with. What the **** kind of job are you going to get with a degree in 12th century french poetry? You're a ******* idiot and you deserve to be judged because you're stupid. Have fun being unemployed with your worthless degree.
#1 - furrysheaperd ONLINE (05/19/2013) [-]
child psychology
User avatar #4 to #1 - manofbeardliness (05/20/2013) [-]
The only degree that teaches you how to both help and **** with children's minds.
User avatar #5 to #1 - stunning (05/20/2013) [-]
with a minor in pain!!!
User avatar #9 to #5 - ctenop (05/20/2013) [-]
pun pun pun pun
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