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kirkmifflin

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Gender: female
Age: 21
Date Signed Up:8/20/2011
Last Login:8/10/2016
Location:Florida
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#100 - Thanks, bro, I'm glad to hear that you're going places too. …  [+] (2 replies) 06/30/2013 on lady 0
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#101 - monkee (06/30/2013) [-]
I come from Scotland, so we have many openings in both the Scottish parliament and the UK parliament (we have a devolved parliamentary system, if confused). I aim to become a political researcher, using my experience with disabled and abused kids to help improve policy surrounding these areas. That's the dream job, but to be honest with my joint degree there's so many directions I could head to. I work part time with autistic adults whilst I study and the money and experience is helping open more doors for me. I've already been involved in a lot of research allowing kids as young as 11 to say exactly what works and what doesn't, which will hopefully shape our education and justice systems for the better. With a politics degree you don't have to become a politician, it just means you know the system and can influence it better.

What are you studying?
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#102 - kirkmifflin (06/30/2013) [-]
That's really neat, that's something I'd really love to do. Here, it's more of political science. I have been saying I'd go into engineering, but political science will be my other aim if the first doesn't work out. I'm really interested in business ethics, especially those of foreign companies and of governments. I am just looking for a solid job opportunity. I don't want to end up like my coworkers, who get a college degree (and often in debt) and end up at Cracker Barrel for the rest of their lives.
#95 - My mother was the only one who raised my sister and I as well.…  [+] (4 replies) 06/30/2013 on lady +1
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#96 - monkee (06/30/2013) [-]
I'm glad to hear you're on your way as well. People seem to focus far too much on traditional parenting roles and far less on the individuals themselves. If more people acted like this there would be a lot less bitter people left on this planet.
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#100 - kirkmifflin (06/30/2013) [-]
Thanks, bro, I'm glad to hear that you're going places too. It just really bothers me to hear generalizations like that when OP lacks credibility on their offensive statements.

I'm a bit curious, is the job market good for politics?
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#101 - monkee (06/30/2013) [-]
I come from Scotland, so we have many openings in both the Scottish parliament and the UK parliament (we have a devolved parliamentary system, if confused). I aim to become a political researcher, using my experience with disabled and abused kids to help improve policy surrounding these areas. That's the dream job, but to be honest with my joint degree there's so many directions I could head to. I work part time with autistic adults whilst I study and the money and experience is helping open more doors for me. I've already been involved in a lot of research allowing kids as young as 11 to say exactly what works and what doesn't, which will hopefully shape our education and justice systems for the better. With a politics degree you don't have to become a politician, it just means you know the system and can influence it better.

What are you studying?
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#102 - kirkmifflin (06/30/2013) [-]
That's really neat, that's something I'd really love to do. Here, it's more of political science. I have been saying I'd go into engineering, but political science will be my other aim if the first doesn't work out. I'm really interested in business ethics, especially those of foreign companies and of governments. I am just looking for a solid job opportunity. I don't want to end up like my coworkers, who get a college degree (and often in debt) and end up at Cracker Barrel for the rest of their lives.
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