>mfw wanted to do an economics degree
>didn't do A Level maths so nowhere in my country will take me
>forced to do Law because of my non-STEM A levels
>do work experience at a Law firm
>now have no non-STEM degree to study
Am I fucked? I was considering maybe doing English but other than being a teacher are there any English jobs out there that are worth the time?
No you would not have survived STEM anyways. Stem have drop out rate over 60%. For guys like you it's 100%.
You should feel lucky you dodged a bullet. And dont fucking do englush degree. Jesus christ.
Is IT really as soul crushing as some people make it out to be?
I guess it depends on what exactly you do, but all around the board I've heard extremely low satisfaction.
I just want to fuck around with computers and hold imaginary power over people.
>I just want to fuck around with computers and hold imaginary power over people.
If you mean get yelled at by some one 18 levels above you who will lose his job if you dont magically recover his files or some other impossible thing that he has zero understanding of, then yes you will have imaginary power.
Then he calls your boss and says you were a complete ass to him and puts you on the no bonus list just before he gets fired .
>Almost done with last year of "High-school" (Gymnasium in my country)
>Have Bioligy A and Math A
>Bioligy is fucking useless in STEM. BioTech is what's requested.
>Physics C and Chemistry C
>I can upgrade Physics to B after-the-fact to get into a few engineering degrees, including Electrical Engineering.
>Aerospace engineer requires Physics A
>Not IB so I can't get into any world top universities
>Grades so average it hurts, so getting into most good universities is hard as well.
>I might have a shot at EE at DTU
>I will never have a degree that ensures me a six figure paycheck right out the gate
>I might get some dead end job while being stuck in the middle class
find me a veteran with GI Bill benefits that was denied enrollment to a university they applied to.
it's a guaranteed pay check for the school that's even better than regular financial aid. Any school that accepts federal funds won't risk all their money for turning down an application from a veteran.