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#18 - Lilstow (09/05/2013) [-]
what you majored in 1983: something ******* employable.

what you majored in 2013 when you're a ******* tumblrfag: probably something **** tier like vagina studies

inb4 butthurt low tiers
#80 to #18 - blokrokker (09/05/2013) [-]
Woohoo Psych major! I don't do **** !
User avatar #77 to #18 - hawaiianhappysauce (09/05/2013) [-]
I did Mathematics and Statistics, 1 God and 1 Top tier and I don't have my dream job. I would argue that Mathematics is a Low Tier.
User avatar #59 to #18 - srskate (09/05/2013) [-]
Dude, I know you didn't make that picture, but some of the tiers are way off.
User avatar #60 to #59 - Lilstow (09/05/2013) [-]
yea but tumblr-tier was nailed right on the head.

**** tier
User avatar #66 to #60 - srskate (09/05/2013) [-]
That I agree with.

But a degree in mathematics won't net you a good job nearly as well as a degree in comp sci/engineering will
#57 to #18 - fuckyosixtyminutes (09/05/2013) [-]
Astronomy God tier? Lol.
User avatar #47 to #18 - graphenz (09/05/2013) [-]
I'm studying computer science, (with a bit of engineering thrown in) gotta say, the job opportunities are bottomless. No "Datalog" as we call it in Denmark is willingly job less in Denmark.
User avatar #67 to #47 - srskate (09/05/2013) [-]
Plus the pay is freakin awesome
User avatar #74 to #67 - graphenz (09/05/2013) [-]
**** yeah!
User avatar #37 to #18 - empithree ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
huh. programming is low tier. seems about right.
User avatar #38 to #37 - Lilstow (09/05/2013) [-]
i think programming is more under computer science than IT.
#40 to #38 - empithree ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
dunno. programming is mostly information manipulation and processing soo...   
dunno. programming is mostly information manipulation and processing soo...
#53 to #40 - vwgreen (09/05/2013) [-]
well if you're going to do a literal translation then Life Science is the same as biology.

but CompSci is mostly known as the "programming" degree since there's more than just manipulating data. Not that IT can't have programming, but they mostly fix front-end problems.
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#24 to #18 - arandomanon ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
Yeah right. I know a lot of people who are Engineers and are unemployed so it doesn't really matter.

By the way, except for Medicine and Engineering, the rest of your "God Tier" careers are pretty damn hard to find a job of it.
User avatar #29 to #24 - Lilstow (09/05/2013) [-]
replied to wrong comment by accident.
they're also some of the most flexible majors.
they don't necessarily need to get a job in their field.

main point of the picture was to illustrate my point about **** tier majors.
User avatar #33 to #29 - arandomanon ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
"Flexible"? Mind to explain what do you mean with it?
User avatar #36 to #33 - Lilstow (09/05/2013) [-]
Physics majors, math majors, and engineers will get hired by businesses because their employers know they have are very good at math and can apply it*

*note this does not mean all physics/math/engineering majors could get picked up by a business, however i am pretty confident that a women's studies major won't get picked up by a business because of her** major.

**I also assume that if you are a women's studies major you can't possible have a penis.
User avatar #39 to #36 - arandomanon ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
That isn't necessarily true. In fact, if someone is about to hire a physics, maths or engineering major, they probably will think "their careers tier is very high, I'm sure they expect working somewhere else more important than here and will leave when they are starting to be profitable" or "I won't give them the job because they expect being promoted" or (more rarely) "I won't give them the job because they deserve more".
User avatar #55 to #39 - eddymolly (09/05/2013) [-]
Dude, thats not at all how businesses work. If they see someone apply with a women's studies degree and someone with a physics degree for example, I doubt any business ever would say
"oh, well the Physicist has a better degree than the job we're offering, best give it to the other one"
They'd say
" **** yeah we'll have the Physicist, they obviously know a hell of alot of usefull stuff and is pretty damn clever, if he wants to work here get him the **** onboard!"

There are obvious exceptions, like if the job was in a girls only humanities college they'd probably pick the woman's postgrad over the physicist (
I don't know what the hell a women's studies degree is used for, but that seems like a pretty good guess)
User avatar #64 to #55 - arandomanon ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
No, as I've said, they'd say: "his career's tier is very high, I'm sure they expect working somewhere else more important than here and will leave when they are starting to be profitable"

User avatar #70 to #64 - eddymolly (09/05/2013) [-]
yeah, but that wouldn't stop them hiring them for at least a short term job.

Its a bit like someone saying "Here, I have this Ferrari you can borrow, I don't know how long you can have it though" and you saying "Oh, well if i'm going to lose it at some point I might as well not take it at all".

You wouldn't, if someone with that "good" of a degree asks for employment, you'll take them, even if its not forever. How many businesses now really have the same staff for incredibly long periods anyhow? I'd imagine the average job length is much less than it was say 20 years ago.
User avatar #72 to #70 - arandomanon ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
I guess it depends of the hiring person's philosophy.
User avatar #89 to #72 - eddymolly (09/05/2013) [-]
I suppose.

Thats more my opinion, in most situations, i'd hire the "better" degree person, just because of there degree, but then again, I don't run a business, so what do I know?
User avatar #90 to #89 - arandomanon ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
Yeah, same here. Just speculations.
User avatar #92 to #90 - eddymolly (09/05/2013) [-]
Well nice chatting to you, its been interesting, thanks.
User avatar #93 to #92 - arandomanon ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
Likewise. Good to see that arguing on the Internet it's still possible without calling each other faggots.
User avatar #23 to #18 - Hreidmar (09/05/2013) [-]
Why is computer science just mid-tier? Computers are everywhere and pretty much the future. There are startups all over the place who constantly require software engineers, developers, designers... and not all of them can afford to/want to outsource to India either. It may not be the absolute best-paying job market, but it's still pretty solid pay, and it's surprisingly easy to find a job. Well, relative to other areas.
User avatar #34 to #23 - Lilstow (09/05/2013) [-]
yea i don't completely agree with this list, it's mostly the **** tier that i agree with.
User avatar #25 to #23 - arandomanon ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
Well I don't know about where you live but where I live, computer high studies are considered an engineering.
User avatar #26 to #25 - Hreidmar (09/05/2013) [-]
Is it now? I always consider computer science things like software development, coding... I'll admit I don't really computer (I'm afraid that I am one of the ********* majors, though fortunately it paid off,) but I always considered that changing or creating new programs or computer functions fell under the computer sciences.
User avatar #31 to #26 - arandomanon ONLINE (09/05/2013) [-]
Well since you're "designing and building" your own programs and codes, I believe it's why they are considered an engineering. The full name of the title here is "Computer Engineering Major"
#22 to #18 - skeptical (09/05/2013) [-]
Don't 			****		 with music
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