>>1054433 No degree is inherently useless. If you work hard it's possible to make a career from any degree. The key is being astute enough to know which skills you should be learning in your spare time.
I have my degree in Economics (from a low tier university and only finished with 2:2) and while doing it I learnt Excel, SQL and Python along with it. Got a job two months before graduating earning £22,000 a year. Been there 2 years and I'm now earning £26,000 with a company car (Audi TT). I'm only 23 and in a better position than pretty much all of my friends.
I also have friends who got first class honours degree in Economics from better universities who have settled for part time behind a bar and complain no one will give them a job. Really depends on the person with the degree. If you're a retard who thinks the world will hand you everything then any degree is useless.
>>1054447 >£22,000 not op, but 22k pre tax is 18k after and 26k pre tax is 20k after. Because the car is taxed as well (benefits in kind) the actual net is a bit lower. The lease on the car is probably about 2-2.5k extra per year worth of value.
>>1054446 I really like economics and just the idea of working with money for a living. I've applied to uni for financial business economics. When should I start going to extra classes for programs for a job in finance? Already know excel
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