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What did you study in college and why?

Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by alangrin55, Jan 14, 2020.

  1. alangrin55

    alangrin55 Member

    Just curious, what did you study in college and what are you doing now?
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  2. I study graphic design. I'm a final year student and I want to work in this field after graduation. I have found service to help me with my practice graphic design assignments. Hope with their help I'll finally get a degree this year.
  3. Gnooby232

    Gnooby232 New Member

    I studied law, and then became a lawyer! I also have an unpopular opinion for people considering what to study/whether to go to university: if you don't have a reason to go, don't go - you're only wasting your own time and money. Delaying acting like an adult for 3+ years is not a reason to go to university!
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  4. Yorkifyme

    Yorkifyme Active Member

    I enjoyed geography classes in school and saw the potential for geospatial technologies in the workforce, so I studied geography in university. While the GIS experience has been useful, a technical program focused solely on GIS may have made me more competitive in the workforce. I've seen very few job postings that required or preferred someone to have a degree in geography.

    When you are deciding potential career paths, make sure you check out job postings for those careers to see what's needed. College and university programs may claim to prep your for jobs in certain fields, but many aren't connected to the industry to know what's required or what skills or credentials employers are looking for.
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  5. Hydros3

    Hydros3 New Member

    I studied public relations and programming because lots of programmers are brilliant but unable to express their build in a way that makes sense.

    It's been a great combination for my career.
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  6. LuckyDay007

    LuckyDay007 New Member

    I studied programming in Ukraine
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