Why don't you NEETs take up a STEM major? You can make six figures right after graduateing.
Pay that shit off quick and you won't have a prolbem.
I already am. None of the connections that are supposed to exist seem to though. I'm not a tranny or a girl so things have been significantly more difficult despite being a better programmer than the majority of my class.
Because I'm not interested in technology or engineering. I chose to major in philosophy and economics because those were the only two subjects that I genuinely enjoyed. Personally, I find the idea of choosing to do a STEM-degree with the objective of setting yourself up for a future of gratuitous material comfort quite repulsive.
STEMfag here, you're spouting a meme OP that hasn't been true for several years. Right now the market is in a slump, and the entry-level positions are getting overrun with everybody else who has the same degree.
We're also seeing that many positions are asking for graduate school, so you better be ready to go in and study for another 2-3 years.
>6 figures after graduating
HAHAHAHAHAHA RETARDS ACTUALLY BELIEVE THIS
>most positions will be filled by the 300 million chinks and poo "I want to be an engineer meme"s who have had a more rigorous education and will work for less
>blacks and women will get jobs over you for diversity even if they arent more qualified
>the rest of the positions will be filled by chad so HR can fuck them during the christmas party
You are fucking retarded if you dont do something like law or language that can only be truly learned by living in the culture.
Im sure that 50k/yr job where you sit in front of a computer all day will be worth it though
Well there's your problem.
OP is wrong though, most engineers start out between 45 and 90 thousand, and usually top out around 170 thousand, depending on skill and experience and luck (like every other job). You won't get rich but you can definitely live without financial worries in the STEM field, IF you actually like it. If you don't, you're not going to succeed because it's pretty demanding to enter and advance to anywhere worthwhile.
Source: I'm a metallurgist for the auto and aerospace industries. Make around 107k after 3 years in the industry.
>masters in mechanical engineering
>40 hour workweek
>90k a year
all this 2 years after graduating
boy oh boy, I sure fell for the STEM meme
>study computer science
How does it feel to live in a third world country?
>live in Europe
>study electrical engineering
>school literally pays me for stydying
>companies suck my cock, have a fuckton of paid internship offers (ABB, Skoda, Porsche, Siememens)
>will get a high paying job straight out of school (If I don't fuck up and drop out)
>will very probably get to design interesting shit
Yeah, the studying is demanding and there's a lot of math, but it's not really that hard if you put your mind into it and study regularly.
So tell me about STEM being a meme again..
>implying there aren't engineers here who are also robot salarycucks
>pic related have grad degree from there
Exactly same here. Even though I get among the best grades I do not have anything else going for me. I just do my work to excellence and beyond but do not attend parties or meetings because I feel uncomfortable with that. Some of the popular dudes and girls in class get everything going for them despite not being the most intelligent. They get grants despite just ok grades, they get well paying student jobs from uni as assistant lecturers or representatives, they get the lecturers' praises and recommendations, they are given all kind of opportunities and more. This is why I strongly believe that being charismatic, socially ept and at least decent looking gives you much more of an advantage in life than a being a few IQ points above that person.
Even in STEM the socially inept is still greatly disadvantaged. You need to have intelligence and more intelligence is always good, but at some point more charisma and social skills are more important for your personal success than more intelligence. You can be as intelligent as you want to be but without the social skills, connections and looks to back that up you might never get the opportunity to let your intelligence shine. You might never be invited to hold that one lecture that presents you to the world.
Getting a PhD grant for example is part effort and results but also getting into research groups, getting to author papers with other people, knowing the right people to recommend you to the PhD comittee, etc. Without those connections your chance of succeeding are much, much lower. That is why some of the most under-appreciated and brilliant minds fall into darkness and only become famous when they are dead. Think about all those brilliant mathematicians who were branded insane or were shunned by the community of intelligentsia. When you look at what is commonly seen as the most brilliant minds you commonly see people with excellent social skills because that is part of what is required for true success.