What is the best college degree if I want to be able to work anywhere in the world, namely
with minimal paperwork or licensing?
Want an office job? Six digits starting? Best employment rates in the last 50 years?
Want to be employed, have ok pay but no office job?
Electronic technician, internet technician, really just various technician, those offer ok employment and ok money.
Everything else is either really shit pay or at risk of being fired 24/7 or both or just outright completely useless.
russia please don't bully my poland
i'm considering Mechanical Engineering right now because it's interested and my universities program is ranked like ~30 in the world. It seems like any licensing issues with engineering in other countries is pretty minimal, but I don't know for sure.
also wtf are you talking about six-digit-starting anon no bachelors degree offers that unless you're from some top in the world university in an expensive area.
>taking advice from people who live in Finland
About mechanical engineering.. that's one of the least employable ones, along with few areas in chemistry. Might be interesting, but what's interesting doesnt matter. World doesnt work on what's interesting, and economies dont work on hobbies..
You should get into electrical engineering. But really, getting into math is great because you can easily switch to physics or computers or electrical or anything really. If you are still deciding, going into math would do you the greatest service because you will end up needing that calc 1, 2 and 3 and differential equations later on anyway.
>malnourished-looking black hair
It's not black, probably lighter than yours since statistically you're a nigger, and you make our country look bad from how retarded you are.
Look it up yourself. From multiple sources. Yeah it seems that mechanical engineering would have tons of employment possibilities, but it turns out there is greater need for electronic engineers, computer people, physicists, mathematicians..
I mean I dont know, best of luck and all that, but you should really look into statistics yourself.
Math is the best because you can easily switch to whatever and physics is also pretty great because again you can go into almost all engineerings and you can even specialize into computers if you do applied physics at first.
>my countrymen are triggered this easily
jesus christ i know its early but drink your coffee and chill out already
also im 10x whiter than either of you
computer science probably, but the US pays far far better than anywhere else in the world. i got an offer at 20 years old for almost 80k first year out of school and that's what senior engineers at google in UK get
idk why europe's technology sector is so cucked cuc.ked
At least europeians don't have to pay for health insurance.
Also, I've heard that salaries in US usually counted before taxation, but in Russia we count them after it, maybe it's the same in Europe.