What's the best major for an aspie robot?
I heard engineering has too much group work.
Orientation for both Media and Comp sci on same day
Literal billions of cuties on one side of the room all sitting on one side of the room being cute as fuck
See my side full of literal disgusting fucks in comp sci
>What have i done
>have worked in entertainment my entire adult life
>it's full of autist robots
>literally the only people who aren't spergs are the bands / actors, and even then, that's not always true
Get fucked, you complete moron
Not bad in the rank, but since the countries are different and Brazil are in a shit economic state, IT here is probably Meh Tier
Also, OP do something you like or something that make money, and forget about the qts, you are a robot and women always want chad
You literally sit in a room by yourself and just email people and fix support tickets a majority of the time. Little social interaction and lots of problem solving.
eh, i don't really like programming. now that i'm older and have an actual understanding of what i'd be good at/enjoy, comp sci isn't one of them.
not to mention the fact that most of my classmates are fat and/or smelly neckbeards, literally
>like film, physcology, history, and politics
>all shit tier
I have no idea what to do once I finish my generals.
Don't worry anon. There will be one qt who will do her best to be smart for the first couple weeks, Maybe you can get here to fall in love with you before she realizes she's not cut out for STEM.
I feel like it should be moved up a tier.
Is this chart based on how hard these are to get or how good it is to have them? Then again it feels like both line up perfectly.
Psychologists actually make bretty decent money, $95k average where I live. I also find it really interesting.
The problem is that it needs a doctorate. I get community college for free in Commiefornia, but I'd still need six more years of college, which is 70k of debt.
I could join the military and shave off three years, and maybe pay for the rest, but it's still not great.
I started doing IT last semester but now I'm starting to regret it and want to switch to history, which is what I wanted to do when I was transferring from my community college to here. I'm open to being a teacher. I also like PoliSci, but that's risky too. (I live near DC though)
Is my happiness worth possible unemployment, /r9k/?
im 2 courses away from my degree in traditional maths, but i never wanted that. i wanted to study philosophy but i got so frustrated with myself at the end of high school for never being able to properly articulate my thoughts through words or writing that i dropped all of that and decided to study numbers because they made more sense.
i understand it all, but i couldnt be more unhappy
I don't like it either, but I found a nice slacker job where I can slack off all day long and still get paid decently. I've been thinking about changing careers but as long as I can slack off and make money it's not too bad.
I'm good at math but can't wrap my head around the complex concepts in physics, so I'm in engineering. I mostly just have to study electricity and magnetism, and it's not too bad as we learn about its applications more than compared to its theories.
>tfw guy going into nursing
I-I swear I'm a c-cyborg guys
Guys is computer science any good or is it just a meme?
computer science is good if you're actually decent at it
the good ones get paid out of the ass, where I live I know a guy who graduated from comp sci and got a really good starting job that paid him 95k starting, but it was because he was insanely good at programming. He had a shit ton of projects on github.
If you're going to go into computer science, build up a portfolio of sorts.
I'm a robot. Fat as fuck. No friends. No nothing
> I'm paramedic
but aaaaaahhh it's a lot of work DAMNIt
you are like the slave of the nurse... With a shitty wage.. So
I'm gonna study nursery next semester... Hopefully.
The only good things are the whores who get into that.
There's a lot of hoes.
nigga a bachelors in microbiology is close to worthless
i've been working as a lab tech in the med device industry for years, and this $20 bullshit is as good as it gets
you want a real job, you need a graduate degree and some luck
I want to be a college professor who teaches history. So I'm getting a major in history even though you guys say it's shit. Wish me luck.
just something to know about computer science that is becoming more relevant as the field grows: companies that are looking to hire for long term positions want sociable people who networked their asses off in uni. if someone needs something to just be created, they will either outsource it or hire some freelancer.
Medicine. You can be a pathologist and spend all day locked alone while watching if someone have a disease trough a microscope. The only contact you will have is with the patient sample
I got my friend whose an aspie a job working in IT. It's great for him. Dark server room with no outside contact for hours.
He is basically my assistant, but I'm training him to sysadmin our shit while I handle the help desk in our office. He likes it and does well. Plays LoL with me for a couple hours a day and watches anime all day. He's pleb tier reddit/Crunchyroll, but overall not bad.
The best major is the major key
We the best
Please if you're IQ is <125, do NOT fall for the STEM meme!
If it's above that, it won't be hard and you'll love it, you'll both study something useful and interesting and have some time for yourself and actuall have succeded.
if your IQ is below 125, you'll only SUFFER, take it from me.
I have an IQ of 116 and I study 12 hours a day and only got mediocre grades, while the geniuses in my class have admitted to me that they study like 3 hours a day on average and they ALWAYS get the maximum grades, it's so fucking frustrating.
That smug little asshole, wherever he passes by me with his smug fucking grin I want to destroy him, I always snarl like a dog whenever he passes by, I swear if I see his little shitface smug one more time, I'll bark at him like a rabid dog.
>tfw when my IQ is supposed to be 126 and i still find it hard to wrap my head around physics/math
My IQ is actually quite a fair bit above 125 but I can't be bothered to do any STEM field anything. But I do understand how you can feel frustrated, I've had classmates who I felt were about to murder me everytime we received our grades. As bad as I felt it's not exactly like I can do something about it, it's the kind of crap you're born with.
I just want to chill out in a house in the goddamn countryside and own a little shop or some random crap really.
I don't feel the need to be useful/make a difference anymore, and being intellectually fulfilled can be achieved without an actual degree on any given topic anyway.
Also, STEM fields make me feel like I would have sensory bad feels everyday, among other types of bad feels, I've heard Engineering is essentially men/neckbeards only.
Overall, if you're not female/love the D, you might enjoy those fields OP.
Yeah I know it's stupid to be angry at them, I guess this is how manlets feel when they see me or other tall guys.
I've always excelled in highschool and every dumb ass in my class thought I was a genius, to discover that I'm just very slightly above average and that I'm shit compared to actual smart guys devasted me and opened my eyes on how shit and unfair the world is.
It's alright, don't feel guilty for being angry anyway. It's only normal to feel the way you do, but, you'll end up leading a happier life when you come to terms with this reality.
Just saying. Personally speaking, some people who've known me for a long time feel offended by my life decisions 100% of the time.
Because in their mind, it does not make sense that someone would give anything they're good at up. I just like having a peaceful life.
You know what I feel jealous of though? People with parents rich enough to help them start a shop and stuff like that. Pretty damn sad that some people are just born into the context of "small loans of a million dollars".
How in the FUCK is Info Tech not in at least GREAT, if not God tier? You fucking imbeciles god fucking damn it I guess the next time a white hat remotely assumes control of a hijacked plane and saves hundreds of lives, you'll congratulate him and just say "good" job
The thing is I thought it would be useful to give me an overview and a bit of a jumpstart as I can barely remember anything. My current plan is do the work for each week and then try practice exams for the subjects.
>my time ranges from a week to a fortnight
>Finance and accounting above suicide tier.
Fuck me, the humanities were what universities were founded on. It's disgraceful enough that using excel is even allowed to be taught at university but actually respecting it? Get your head examined OP.
Gonna go back to school, get my grades, and then do Aerospace or some other form of make me rich engineering
I just want a nice house and a skill.
I find o chem to be easier than the general chem classes. It might be my professor, she's pretty cool. And for a tip: just practice writing out mechanisms and reactions over and over. Make up some of your own too.
Nobody else here doing applied mathematics?
It's pure competitive intelligence once you get out and work. When I applied for my last summer internship, we had up to 5 tests for your intelligence in order to get the job. It's insanely rewarding to cuck some Chad asshole out of his dreamjob because he isn't smart enough to beat you.
Also it's arguably the hardest you can study after pure theoretical math and physics.
I personally finished law school, but in my opinion philosophy is the most interesting field.
I began reading articles on epistemology and political philosophy ~5 years ago and I've pretty much been having mindgasms consistently throughout.
How do you even pick a major (that isn't nursing) and go back to school after being stuck working for five years? It seems intimidating because I'm not aware of anything outside of my current job and my hobbies are useless.
Is hating the military a meme or would it be a better career choice for someone with less than 20k in the bank?
I don't think I've ever seen a situation where someone had to pay for something like that but you say you can't remember anything so if you really know nothing I guess it would be helpful. Either way leaving this godlessbplace is nothing but a benefit to you. Good luck.
I tried doing an electrical engineering degree with most of my tech electives being in computer engineer so I would have the option of going either way,
in retrospect that was a huge mistake.
The sad truth is that no one needs to shill for anything. This is just the way the market works.
First we have few qualified people for a profession, which causes their wages to shoot up. Then the law of supply does its magic and we get lots of people rushing to take advantage of the high wages which causes their wages to decrease.
What's particularly amusing is that they personally take part in this silly ideological "STEM mustard race" game while exerting social pressure against other employment options (humanities etc), energetically hastening the process of their own wages' depreciation.
Basically they are celebrating scoring against themselves.
>Then the law of supply
real wages for STEM jobs have not increased in decades , and yet we've seen a lot of propaganda the past few that there is a lack of them .
that just doesn't add up.
Are you saying the law of supply is bullshit?
You would expect wages for STEM jobs to start high then progressively get lower until supply and demand equilibriates. You wouldn't expect them to start low, then get high, because you wouldn't expect the demographic of STEM educated people to start strong and then begin decreasing out of the blue.
Probably not the best but doing medicine forces you to learn how to interact with people if you do it in this day and age. But it does require a lot of effort to keep up that whole 'learning how to speak to people without dropping spaghetti' thing for the whole length of your degree.
The actual job ranges from being shit to being alright.
>Math, Chemistry, Physics, Comp sci in "god tier"
>Biology, Astronomy, even fucking Geology in "Great tier"
Spot the STEM fag. Those majors are barely above humanities. Its mostly luck of the draw as to whether or not you get a decent high paying job.
I hope you realize you need a doctorate to be a college professor. History doctorates take ages to get, and actually requires alot of work and often knowing other languages.
Unless your rich as hell, thats not a viable near future career. You'll have to teach in a high school or something.
Assblasted STEM fags detected. Having fun working at a call center while you hunt for a job with your worthless, general STEMfaggotry degree?
That completely depends on your school and chosen specialization. Analog specialization is not like CE. Electromagnetics is not like CE. Large scale power systems is not like CE. Communications is not like CE. Most EE is not like CE. Your apparent confusion about this issue makes me doubt your job claim.
>Are you saying the law of supply is bullshit?
I'm the contrary
The fact that real wages didn't increase seems to indicate that companies making the claim that there is a surging demand for STEM workers are full of hot air. if there was a lack of these workers real wages would increase, if there was a increasing demand for these workers real wages would increase. but that just didn't happen.
You realize you can do that going to a bookstore and buying a philosophy textbook, right? Drop out of college, get a shit job, before you waste money and time on a mostly useless degree that you have to apply it to other majors and careers that don't have to deal with philosophy directly.
I'm over halfway through my course so even if I did drop out now I'd still be in a lot of debt, also teacher training in bongland is only a 1 year course if you already have a degree so I'd rather do that than work in mcdonalds or some shit
I'm diagnosed autistic and an HR major. I'm telling all of you right now to NEVER DO THIS. Constant group work, all socially-focused, I'm constantly having breakdowns and fucking up, it's the worst. I've almost dropped out so many times but I am too close to the end to quit now. Feels bad man, suicide feels like my only option right now.
I'm sure your liberal arts degree got you a really great job in starbucks as a barista, phillian.
>teacher training in bongland is only a 1 year course if you already have a degree
Interesting, I'm planning to study in England, is there a way I could apply for teacher training whilst also getting a bachelors degree in my course? But I presume that would mean teacher training would take longer.
there are joint courses where you study another subject alongside your main one, similar to the major/minor system in America, and as far as I know they're mostly standard 3 year courses, you should probably look into it more yourself though