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The best — and worst — master’s degrees if you want to make money
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RE: The best — and worst — master’s degrees if you want to make money
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2017 04:44 AM)
Yes but dont forget that Companies now want DIVERSITY and if you are WHITE YOU ARE NOT DIVERSITY. I have a MS in Comp Sci and it is as good as Toilet paper since no HINDU will hire me. Im also an MD and Ditto, no residency cuz IM the evil white man. College is not for WHITE PEOPLE ANYMORE IN THE USA.

I call bullshit. You made up that whole paragraph.
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10-12-2017 06:40 PM

 



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But if you use a tanning product and turn out orange, then that is worse then white, Lmao
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10-12-2017 09:22 PM

 



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I'm glad I'm a geriatric. I don't have to be smart anymore. Lmao

That's pretty sad.

I retired early, 63 now, but I'm still writing Android apps and doing other coding on my own projects and tinkering and building other things. I don't feel old yet, and I hope I won't when I get all geriatric. There's no way I'll slow down without a fight.

Wait until you get to be old. Your attitude might change.
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10-12-2017 10:31 PM

 



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No one goes into those professions for money; they go into them out of passion, love, and care for humanity.
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10-12-2017 10:45 PM

 



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many in IT pass certification exams from online classes instead of going to college.
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I'm glad I'm a geriatric. I don't have to be smart anymore. Lmao

That's pretty sad.

I retired early, 63 now, but I'm still writing Android apps and doing other coding on my own projects and tinkering and building other things. I don't feel old yet, and I hope I won't when I get all geriatric. There's no way I'll slow down without a fight.

yeah....I'm approaching late 60's and still taking networking/server classes at udemy.com. wait a week or so they'll put em on sale for $12 a class.
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10-12-2017 10:51 PM

 



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RE: The best — and worst — master’s degrees if you want to make money
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2017 12:55 AM)
I got the wrong degree. Cptbhjon


Worst.


Rank Master’s Degree Early-Career Median Pay Mid-Career Median Pay
1 Human Services (HS) $39,500 $46,600
2 Early Childhood Education $40,600 $49,200
3 Professional Counseling $40,400 $51,200
4 Community Counseling $40,900 $51,700
5 Museum Studies $41,000 $52,700
6 Divinity $45,100 $54,200
7 Mental Health Counseling $41,100 $54,600
8 Library Science $46,800 $55,000
9 Pastoral Ministry $46,400 $55,100
10 Art Therapy $40,300 $55,300


Best.


Rank Master’s Degree Early-Career Median Pay Mid-Career Median Pay
1 Nurse Anesthesia $143,000 $165,000
2 Telecommunications Engineering $76,200 $141,000
3 Finance & Economics $68,000 $134,000
4 Electrical Engineering (EE) $80,600 $130,000
5 Computer Engineering (CE) $86,400 $129,000
5 Biomedical Engineering (BME) $70,200 $129,000
5 Mathematics & Statistics $72,700 $129,000
8 Technology Management $67,600 $127,000
9 Computer Science (CS) $86,500 $126,000
9 Corporate Finance $67,800 $126,000


https://moneyish.com/ish/the-most-worthl...merica-is/

One of my friends left school at 15. He is a multi millionaire now. Self taught welder who got jobs through real people meeting at a pub to secure welding jobs from him. Now he has so much business he is on the phone all day organizing it all and has 40 welders working under him. No school qualifications whatsoever not even a high school certificate.

Another guy who is a multi millionaire just cleaned windows. Just like my first friend he has no qualifications through the education system. He got a high rise contract and after that you are made as a window cleaner.

Trades people make more money that university qualified people these days as trades people always have work in the real world.

Academics are poorly paid in the long run and few ever make millionaire status.
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10-12-2017 11:39 PM

 



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LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2017 01:01 AM)
I'm glad I'm a geriatric. I don't have to be smart anymore. Lmao



yes...but you still need a helmet. just for different reasons now.




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chuckle
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10-12-2017 11:45 PM

 



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RE: The best — and worst — master’s degrees if you want to make money
Hegesias  Wrote: (10-12-2017 04:36 AM)
The most important subject of study for anyone is their own language.

Why?

Because EVERYTHING hinges upon language and upon a correct use of language - laws, rules, regulations, instructions, reports, announcements, etc., etc., etc.

When language is abused or misused everything goes to hell.

The fact that the importance of language study is so little appreciated in the USA today is precisely why everything is currently going to hell.

Politicians, Propagandists, and activists can get up and say anything at all without being challenged on their misuse of language.

The consequences of such ignorance and apathy on the part of listeners and readers will be extremely serious.



i'll add in that to be FLUENT in at least two languages opens up endless possibilities of money makin. unfortunately most of us are barely FLUENT in the one we were born in to.


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10-13-2017 07:38 AM

 



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RE: The best — and worst — master’s degrees if you want to make money
eatinmraw  Wrote: (10-12-2017 11:45 PM)
Hegesias  Wrote: (10-12-2017 04:36 AM)
The most important subject of study for anyone is their own language.

Why?

Because EVERYTHING hinges upon language and upon a correct use of language - laws, rules, regulations, instructions, reports, announcements, etc., etc., etc.

When language is abused or misused everything goes to hell.

The fact that the importance of language study is so little appreciated in the USA today is precisely why everything is currently going to hell.

Politicians, Propagandists, and activists can get up and say anything at all without being challenged on their misuse of language.

The consequences of such ignorance and apathy on the part of listeners and readers will be extremely serious.



i'll add in that to be FLUENT in at least two languages opens up endless possibilities of money makin. unfortunately most of us are barely FLUENT in the one we were born in to.


Citbpoeh

True. Here's a wonderful example. Born as an English speaker but ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8bbG0ZlbYs


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10-13-2017 09:19 AM

 



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*licensed* master's level therapists can easily make 100k+ in the private sector depending on location and if you know what you're doing business wise. with or without contract work. especially with how easy claims are now.
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RE: The best — and worst — master’s degrees if you want to make money
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That's pretty sad.

I retired early, 63 now, but I'm still writing Android apps and doing other coding on my own projects and tinkering and building other things. I don't feel old yet, and I hope I won't when I get all geriatric. There's no way I'll slow down without a fight.

Wait until you get to be old. Your attitude might change.

Nope. Never. Every day I try to learn something new and practical. I'm addicted to learning and figuring stuff out. I'm nerd. Always have been. I really do maintain a long list of things I would still like to learn and know about. Every day I work on that. Last week I wanted to learn how to butcher a steer, cow, etc. And I wanted to finally learn all the different grades and cuts of beef and where they come from. I want to eventually know it as well as any butcher. I do believe I can now do so if I have to. I've butchered chickens and game birds and that's it so far. I assume I know enough to butcher almost anything else now .. And I'm still memorizing the different cuts of beef, how to use each one, etc. That's been on my list to learn for years. After a week of reading, watching, listening, asking some questions, if push came to shove, I'm pretty sure I could do it, and all by myself. And I think I could harvest your dog too, again, if push comes to shove. chuckle

I will never stop filling my brain with knowledge and experience. I will never stop coding, building things, exploring, etc. I may eventually slow down, but every day is another opportunity to learn something new. My head is buldging with knowledge. At 63, I just took up cooking this summer. I was forced to do that though because I retired and gave up the city life. There's no place decent to eat around here in the burbs within a 12 mile radius.

I will never stop learning.
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10-13-2017 10:16 AM

 



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RE: The best — and worst — master’s degrees if you want to make money
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-13-2017 10:04 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-12-2017 09:22 PM)
Wait until you get to be old. Your attitude might change.

Nope. Never. Every day I try to learn something new and practical. I'm addicted to learning and figuring stuff out. I'm nerd. Always have been. I really do maintain a long list of things I would still like to learn and know about. Every day I work on that. Last week I wanted to learn how to butcher a steer, cow, etc. And I wanted to finally learn all the different grades and cuts of beef and where they come from. I want to eventually know it as well as any butcher. I do believe I can now do so if I have to. I've butchered chickens and game birds and that's it so far. I assume I know enough to butcher almost anything else now .. And I'm still memorizing the different cuts of beef, how to use each one, etc. That's been on my list to learn for years. After a week of reading, watching, listening, asking some questions, if push came to shove, I'm pretty sure I could do it, and all by myself. And I think I could harvest your dog too, again, if push comes to shove. chuckle

I will never stop filling my brain with knowledge and experience. I will never stop coding, building things, exploring, etc. I may eventually slow down, but every day is another opportunity to learn something new. My head is buldging with knowledge. At 63, I just took up cooking this summer. I was forced to do that though because I retired and gave up the city life. There's no place decent to eat around here in the burbs within a 12 mile radius.

I will never stop learning.

That's you, you will be like that for your entire life, it's like being innovative, it is not something the young excel at, it is simply a state of being for some people, and has nothing to do with age, if you are innovative you will be innovative your whole life.. it's not age restricted.. much to the chargin of youth every where in every generation..
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