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wow a collegehumor skit actually about college
it's not a skit, it's a SKEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEETTTTTTTTTTTTCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
English - "who needs money when you have books?"Film making - "will I be the next JJ Abrams, or working at McDonald's?"Computer science - "money!"Business - "wait why didn't I instantly become rich?"Science - "what do you mean I have to pay for grad school just to get a good job?"Philosophy - "does money control us, or do we control money?"
Gary Turbo Yeah. But they never talk about the dropouts that are unsuccesful, which is the vast majority.
+Gary Turbo cool, but the reason I said that is that factoid encourages people to drop out. For the talented motivated few who are willing to push themselves to success is a great idea but for the majority is god awful. It encourages last people to drop out and expect life to just roll their way. Although I do not have any data or studies on the subject this is just what I have observed and I plan to look at what research has been done on this.
I went from a music major to nursing lol
I went from theatre to business to english to communication to communication+theatre
I went from music to engineering 😅
US university system is insane. You can go from English to Chemistry to Film Studies, that’s amazing! In my country you have to chose a field (literature, science or business) right from high school and then that’s it. You’re stuck with it.
Yeah even in India you have to choose between science, commerce and arts after 10th grade
Yeah but the first year of uni in the US is more like UK's A levels standard. Students with good UK A levels are sometimes offered a place in a US uni where they can skip the first year.
Pick something practical that will get you a job, but take the classes you are interested in on the side.
I hate it how this is how people think, university is supposed to be: "I want this specific career in life, how do I get this career?" you get this career by getting this certain job, you do not need a degree to succeed in this specific career, for example, aviation, you do not need a degree to make 700,000 dollars a year by the time where you are about to retire as a pilot. Otherwise, if your career path necessitates a degree then it is useful to work towards a degree while you work in the e...
I don't think colleges are supossed to award financial aid to courses that aren't going toward your major.
"And my super awesome wifi with Xfinity, making sure nothing goes wrong"Subtle
It's more subtle than some of their older sponsored stuff
to be honest I thought she was gonna try and sign up for classes and the xfinity wifi would cut out because it's so awful. haha
If this wasn't sponsored I would have thought that was one of the jokes.
College apps just opened today and this couldn't be more accurate
MissMiserize he wasn’t too smart for it he dropped out to work on Facebook
The thing about Mark Zuckerberg though is that he dropped out of Harvard because he was too smart for it. For those of us who can't even get into Harvard, college is necessary.
No Math major. :(
Being a Math major is the best. I don't get to have a social life but I never wanted one anyway. :)
90% of other majors connect back to math
The comment section acts like a student who is interested in the humanities can just CHOOSE to do computer science or engineering instead. Do you guys understand that not everyone’s brains are geared towards that kind of thinking? It’s one thing to say STEM is more practical than the humanities, another to say that EVERYONE should be doing STEM and that arts majors are WORTHLESS. Forcing humanities students into STEM is like asking a fish to climb a tree. It just won’t work out for anyone.
+DeathnoteBB yep, STEM, its obviously not in such a high supply if it keeps it's salaries high.
Jorge Gómez In STEM? Salaries can be high in many professions. Humanities might have more women if it has lower salaries as the work women do is undervalued quite literally