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"Good luck finding a job!"
Better start checking out those guys in your classes.
That wine major has my name written all over it.
Maybe the last thing you want to think about is school, but the knowledge you learned in class might actually help you enjoy some shows.
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9.) Why didn't you major in something real?
Oh, you got your ion me? Original...
To me, your major was your tag line. I mean, they put it on your name tag at orientation for God's sake. I couldn't introduce myself to people by saying "Hey I'm Christina and I'm also a wavering Wendy and don't know what I want to do with the rest of my life. Want to be friends?"
You've planned it all out perfectly: attend the school of your dreams, major in the one field that you know is right for you, and then graduate with that well-paying job that will be waiting for you on graduation day. It's your future, 2.0, and you're determined to make it happen.
These may not be quite as heady times as those were. But the tech industry is still where most of the available jobs are. This becomes important as we are coming out of a Great Recession. So here are six reasons to consider getting a job in tech (even if you’re not a techie).
When you first arrive on your university's campus at the ripe age of 18, the world is your oyster. You have yet to begin your four years of college education, which have a heavy hand in shaping your future. To quote Remember Me, you are most likely undecided... about everything.